The SHOA again expanded the Precautionary State for the coastal edge by adding the O’Higgins region to those of Ñuble, Biobío, La Araucanía, Los Ríos, Los Lagos, Arica and Parinacota, Coquimbo next to the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Easter Island, San Félix and Chilean Antarctica. With this it is requested to leave the beaches and coastal edge
In its last intervention in networks, Onemi indicated the extension to more regions of the “State of precaution” and pointed out that “SAE messaging was activated by State of Caution and requests to LEAVE BEACH AREA, by minor tsunami on the coastal edge of the Region of Ñuble, Biobío, La Araucanía, Los Ríos and Los Lagos”. Initially, also through its twitter account, onemi had warned about the activation of a State of Caution and a call to leave the beaches but only in the regions of Arica and Parinacota and Coquimbo, this in relation to the Tsunami generated by the volcanic eruption in Oceania during this day. From the social network of the entity they pointed out: “SHOA informs that based on its monitoring of sea level stations, Precautionary Status is established for the coastal edge of Arica and Parinacota and Coquimbo, in addition to the Juan Fernández Archipelago, Easter Islands, San Félix and Chilean Antarctica.” They also indicated that “The State of Precaution is a preventive measure, and people are asked to leave the beach area, coves and coastal walks among others.” In another tweet they pointed out that “By State of Caution LEAVE BEACH AREA, by minor tsunami, on the coastal edge of the regions of Arica and Parinacota and Coquimbo. This is a preventive measure under SHOA monitoring.” They also warned that sae messaging was activated and made a call to act calmly and comply with the instructions of the authorities and the response teams.