News: 31 thousand Venezuelans left Peru returned COVID-19 country

Updated 08/09/2020 at 18:03

The Ombudsman’s Office indicated in a report that about 31,000 venezuelan They left Peru and returned to their country due to the difficult crisis they are going through due to the coronavirus pandemic.

From March to the end of July there was a significant number of Venezuelan citizens who decided to return to their nation being unable to survive in the pandemic

Likewise, it is specified in the report collected by the newspaper Correo that 89% of Venezuelans were fired from their workplace, formal or informal, during the state of emergency due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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On the other hand, 39% of Venezuelans said they felt worried about being evicted from the places they rented since they do not have income to cover their expenses.

As you remember, 829,755 is the number of Venezuelans who so far had arrived in Peru, according to the National Superintendency of Migration.

On the other hand, the Ombudsman’s Office He asked the national government to coordinate with his counterparts from Ecuador, Venezuela and Colombia since foreigners are exposed on their return because the border crossings are still closed due to the pandemic.

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