No, the volcanoes are not all dormant ... it's my internet line that is messing up again!
Suwanosejima: On 29 November 2016 at 14:36 an explosion occurred at the Suwa crater. The JMA reports colored plumes rising 1,300 meters above the crater.
Sources: JMA & VAAC Tokyo
Kilauea - collapse followed by explosion at the crater overlook - photo 29.11.2016 / 11h58 - Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
In Kilauea, part of the wall of the Overlook vent collapsed yesterday November 29 just before noon, causing a small explosion of gas and spatters to the edge of the crater.
Sources: HVO & NPS
Popocatépetl 29.11.2016 / 19h37 UTC - plume of sulfur dioxide and ash heading towards the Gulf of Mexico - doc.NOAA
From 29 November to 5:58, the Popocatépetl is the site of a constant emission of gas, steam and ash rising on average 500 m above the crater, before moving towards ne N-NE. At the beginning of the emission, the Cenapred reported that it was accompanied by incandescent fragments on the east flanks over a length of 300 meters.
As of 20:47, intensification of activity is characterized by a plume rising to maximum 1,000 meters with incandescent fragments on the NE slope over 800 meters.
Provided by: Cenapred
In Peru, IG Peru reports a constant activity at Sabancaya : on 28 November, with a plume rising to 2,000 m. above the crater and then dispersing for 30 km towards the S-SE. On November 29, plumes are raised at 8:40 am and 3:44 pm, the latter rising to 3,000 meters.