Emerita Resources Assays 3.8% Copper Over 5.0 Metres At Infanta Deposit

Emerita Resources (TSXV: EMO) this morning released further results from its on going drill program at the firms Infanta deposit, part of the Iberia West project located in Huelva Province, Spain. The results from a single drill hole were released this morning.

Results released were for hole IN003, which is effectively a 45 metre step out from the previously reported hole IN004, where the company intersected 7.45 metres of 1.67% copper, 6.01% lead, 11.49% zinc, 90.1 g/t silver and 0.49 g/t gold.

Hole IN003 intersected 16.2 metres of 1.1% copper, 8.9% zinc, 4.6% lead, 106.8 g/t silver and 0.38 g/t gold, including a 5.0 metre intersection of 3.8% copper, 30.5% zinc, 15.6% lead, 372.8 g/t silver, and 1.22 g/t gold. The hole represents the deepest intersection at the deposit to date for the company, with mineralization beginning at a depth of 86.2 metres.

The current program is working to test a 1.2 kilometre strike to depths of 300 metres down dip. Two drill rigs are currently turning as the company works towards collecting data for a mineral resource estimate for the Infanta deposit.

Emerita Resources last traded at $1.89 on the TSX Venture.

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