It was announced by Vice President Delcy Rodríguez. The country continues with the quarantine alternated every seven days.
Venezuela reached 86,289 cases of COVID-19, a pandemic that has left 731 deaths in the country after six new deaths were reported in the last 24 hours, Executive Vice President Delcy Rodríguez reported.
This day 531 new infections were registered, of which 499 were produced by community transmission within the regions of Venezuela, especially in the central state of Portuguesa, which counted 77 infections, followed by Yaracuy (west) with 72 and Carabobo (north) with 71.
Likewise, 32 “imported” infections are added, as the Executive of Nicolás Maduro calls the Venezuelans who return infected to the country and who are held for several days at the land borders, under mandatory quarantine.
With these new infections, Venezuela reaches a total of 86,289 patients registered since March, when the first cases of coronavirus were detected in the country, “of which 6,711 are active” and 78,847 are “recovered,” Rodríguez said on his Twitter account. .
About the deceased he explained that it was two men aged 36 and 70, as well as four women aged between 56 and 86 years.
Maduro “will offer important announcements in the coming hours about the week of easing the quarantine in the country, established in la successful Venezuelan formula of 7 + 7 to energize the national economic apparatus “, advanced the vice president.
Venezuela has been governed for months by a system called 7 + 7 which consists of a radical quarantine week followed by another in which businesses can open their doors.
This sunday ended another week of confinement decreed by the Executive although less and less respected in the towns and cities.
Maduro has assured that tourist spots will be able to reopen from December 1 and that he will study the monitored flexibility to reactivate the economy at Christmas time.
The president explained this week that they are “evaluating the new modality so that the entire economic, commercial, formal and informal sector can have its holiday season.”
For this reason, he claimed to be “studying a special plan” for November and December on “the economy, commerce and the family.”