Peru's President Pedro Castillo shakes hands with a man affected by a quake in Jalca Grande, in the Amazonas region, Peru, November 28, 2021. A 7.5 magnitude earthquake shook the remote Amazon region of northern Peru on Sunday and was felt as far as Lima in the center of the country, destroying 75 homes but with no deaths reported. Peru Presidency/Handout via REUTERS

Damages are seen after an earthquake in Moyobamba, Peru, November 28, 2021 in this screengrab obtained from a social media video. The quake was felt throughout central and northern Peru. Some residents left their homes as a precaution, according to local radio and television reports. INTERACTIVA RADIO TV/via REUTERS

Peru's President Pedro Castillo visits homes destroyed by a quake in Jalca Grande, in the Amazonas region, Peru, November 28, 2021. No damage was reported to the 1,100-kilometer oil pipeline of state-owned Petroperu that crosses the Peruvian Amazon region to the Pacific coast in the north. Peru Presidency/Handout via REUTERS

Damages are seen after an earthquake in Moyobamba, Peru, November 28, 2021 in this screengrab obtained from a social media video. INTERACTIVA RADIO TV/via REUTERS

Children walk on a street affected by a quake in Jalca Grande, in the Amazonas region, Peru, November 28, 2021. Peru's Presidency/Handout via REUTERS

A woman rests outside a home affected by a quake in Jalca Grande, in the Amazonas region, Peru, November 28, 2021. Peru's Presidency/Handout via REUTERS