Venezuela reports 1,286 new cases of covid-19

The Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, reported this Sunday that in the last 24 hours 1,286 new cases of covid-19, 1,283 cases due to community transmission and 3 imported from the Dominican Republic, 01 from Spain and 01 from Turkey.

Through her Twitter account @delcyrodriguezv, the vice president highlighted that the state with the highest number of community infections is Barinas with 150 infections, with active cases in 10 municipalities: Barinas 85, Pedraza 15, Cruz Paredes 13, Bolívar 10 , Alberto Arvelo Torrealba 08, Andrés Eloy Blanco 05, Rojas 05, Antonio José de Sucre 03, Sosa 02, Bishops 02 and 02 detected cases residing in other states

Rodríguez explained that the rest of the cases of community transmission are found in: Apure 146, Cojedes 146, Lara 137, Zulia 110, Carabobo 89, Caracas 65, Yaracuy 64, Portuguesa 54, Monagas 50, Miranda 43, Aragua 41, Falcón 40 , Anzoátegui 36, Mérida 35, Amazonas 22, Bolívar 13, Táchira 10, Trujillo 09, Guárico 09, Sucre 07, Nueva Esparta 04 and La Guaira 03.

It reported the death of 13 patients due to covid-19 to reach an accumulated 3,068 fatalities due to the pandemic:

  • 2 men aged 56 and 76 and 2 women aged 51 and 65 – Aragua
  • 3 men of 68, 83 and 59 years old – Anzoátegui
  • 1 woman of 68 and 1 man of 74 years – Nueva Esparta
  • 2 men of 62 and 64 years – Guárico
  • 1 45-year-old woman – Caracas
  • 1 59-year-old man – Miranda

On the other hand, the senior official said that since the beginning of the pandemic in the country, Venezuela has accumulated 269,635 confirmed cases, 250,528 recovered patients, which represents 93% and currently there are 16,039 active cases.

Likewise, the Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodriguez posted on the social network that “We finished a successful week of economic and safe flexibility in the country. From tomorrow Monday # 28Jun until next Sunday # 4Jul, there will be 7 days of radical, voluntary and conscious quarantine for the control of the pandemic. Let’s increase the biosecurity measures! ”.