And he declared through the Venezuelan that “from Monday the fifth of July until Sunday the 11th of July, it will be a week of economic and safe flexibility in the country (…) During these days we will not be able to reduce the measures of prevention and care.” State TV.
The Vice President of Venezuela referred to the new Delta and Delta Plus variants.
“In Europe, for example, countries such as France and Spain, and in the case of the United Kingdom, the curve went up and the number of cases increased, also in the United States, although more than 70% of the population is vaccinated. We stop wearing a mask.”
Delsey Rodriguez explained that “in the end  An hour, 1,240 new cases of infection were detected in the country, all through community transmission.”
He explained that “the state that recorded in recent hours the largest number of community infections was Zulia (233), with active cases in 15 municipalities, followed by Carabobo (199), Yaracuy (140) and Barinas (130).”
The Vice President of Venezuela stressed that “unfortunately” during the past 24 hours, “17 Venezuelans were killed.”
Delcy Rodriguez explained that the ages of the deceased ranged between 42 and 88 years, and that as of today, Venezuela has recorded a total of 277,653 cases of coronavirus since the beginning of the epidemic.
He explained that 258954 people (93%) have recovered from the disease, and there are 15,491 active cases (8731 in hospitals, 6176 in comprehensive diagnostic centers, and 584 in private clinics, and the total number of deaths is 3,190 cases).
The COVID-19 pandemic has killed at least 3,957,862 people worldwide, resulting in more than 182.5 million infections, according to the latest report from AFP.
In Portugal, since the beginning of the epidemic, in March 2020, 17,112 people died and 887,047 cases of infection were recorded, according to the Directorate General of Health.
The respiratory disease is caused by the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, which was discovered in late 2019 in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.
FPG // MIM
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