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Venezuela registered on Thursday, April 17, seven new coronavirus cases for a total of 204 patients, informed President Nicolás Maduro during an event commemorating the 17º anniversary of the Barrio Adentro healthcare program.

These new cases include four Cuban health aides in Guarenas, Miranda state, who were infected after having contact with a 36-year-old Cuban nurse who was recently diagnosed.

Likewise, a 14-year-old girl in Artigas, Capital District, contracted the virus from his father, who was infected in the security company he works for.

The Venezuelan president also reported a 17-year-old girl from El Tocuyo, Lara state, who tested positive. Venezuelan health authorities are yet to determine how she contracted the...

On Thursday, April 16, and thanks to efforts made by the Bolivarian Government and indigenous people, the Kueka Stone has finally returned to Venezuela, arriving at the dock of Guanta, Anzoategui state, from where it will be moved to its original land in Bolivar state.

According to the sacred symbology of the Pemon indigenous people, who live in the lands of the Canaima National Park, in the...

When reaching a recovery rate of 57.5 percent in cases of Covid-19, Venezuela registers the most encouraging percentage in Latin America thanks to the effectiveness of the sanitary protocols applied in the nation.

The balance was offered by the Vice-president of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Jorge Rodríguez, who explained that out of 193 reported cases, 111 patients are fully...

International media warfare continues to use lies and misrepresentation to attack Venezuela, denounced on Tuesday the Vice-president of Communication, Culture and Tourism, Jorge Rodríguez, from the Miraflores Palace.

During the balance of the strategies implemented by the National Executive to combat Covid-19, Rodríguez condemned the publication of a survey, carried out by the firm “Ipsos” and...

President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro informed on Sunday, March 12, six new COVID-19 cases were confirmed.

These new cases were detected in the states of Nueva Esparta (3), Aragua (2) and Miranda (1), for a total of 181 cases nationwide.

“Out of the 181 cases, we have registered 93 recovered patients, 27 are still in sentinel hospitals, 24 in Comprehensive...

“The number of COVID-19 recovered patients in Venezuela rose to 93, which represents 53.1% of people who have overcome the infection,” informed Sectorial Vice President of Communication, Culture and Tourism Jorge Rodríguez on behalf of the Presidential Commission for the Prevention and Control of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

At the Miraflores Presidential Palace, in Caracas, he highlighted that no...

On Friday, March 10, a total of 13 Venezuelans arrived in their country from Toluca, Mexico, on a humanitarian flight set up by Conviasa airline coordinated by Venezuelan and Mexican authorities.

This responded to demands from passengers requesting the return to their country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The group of Venezuelans returning on the flight included players from the Rieleros de...

Four new COVID-19 cases were registered on Friday, April 10, in Venezuela. These new cases are located in the states of Aragua (2), Caracas (1) and Táchira (1) for a total of 175 cases in the country, informed Vice President Delcy Rodríguez, who explained no new COVID-19 deaths have been reported.

Of the 175 cases, 89 are men and 86 are women in the 20-25 age range. A total of 84 patients have...

Venezuela confirmed one new COVID-19 case in the state of Miranda for a total of 166 cases, confirmed Vice President Delcy Rodriguez Tuesday afternoon.

Rodríguez explained that a 32-year-old woman from Baruta municipality, Miranda state, was infected by his brother, who tested positive for COVID-19 after a quick diagnosis.

President Nicolás Maduro instructed governors and mayors to stick to...

To avoid situations of disorder, discomfort and the sowing of violence during the process of arrival of people to Venezuelan territory, as part of the protocol that the Bolivarian Government exercises within the framework of the Coronavirus contingency (Covid-19), the “president Nicolás Maduro has decided to impose a curfew in the Simón Bolívar municipalities (San Antonio del Táchira), and in the...

The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela will enable a humanitarian flight through the state airline Conviasa, aimed at US citizens who are in the country and wish to return to their homeland, amid the worldwide contingency generated by the Covid pandemic -19.

The announcement was made this Monday by the People’s Power Ministry for Foreign Relations through its Twitter account...

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