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Sunday, a magnitude-7.1 earthquake shook southern Chile. Vicente Nunez, head of The National Emergency Office of Chile reported that there were no deaths or damage and no tsunami alert was issued, 
Nunez said:
"There has been no harm to people, no harm to property,"  "We will continue monitoring."
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii also said a destructive Pacific Ocean-wide tsunami was not expected.
President Sebastian Pinera urged calm in an address to the nation.
President Pinera said:
"There was an exercise of self-evacuation, which is exactly what we have asked people to do," 
"Fortunately we do not have to lament accidents or losses of life."