Venezuela records 106 COVID-19 cases
After detecting 15 new COVID-19 cases, the number of patients rose to 106 in Venezuela, informed Vice President Delcy Rodríguez.
At the Miraflores Presidential Palace, in Caracas, she confirmed news cases in the states of Bolívar (1), Aragua (4), Miranda (5) and Zulia (2), as well as in the Distrito Capital (2) and the Archipelago Los Roques (1).
“This is the result of early diagnosis tests we are still conducting. The more people resort to self-diagnosis, the more assistance we will provide,” she said at the Miraflores Presidential Palaca, in Caracas.
Thanks to data obtained from the online survey of the Patria system, 30,145 people have been visited in their homes and undergone early diagnosis tests since Saturday, March 21.
Rodríguez explained that 14,168,731 million people have filled out the survey on the online portal www.patria.org.ve and said that 39,752 more people will be visited.
Regarding the number of people who reported symptoms similar to those of COVID-19, she informed that Venezuela’s health authorities are conducting tests on 1,830 people.
“This expanded and personalized mechanism will let us provide personal healthcare, determine contact groups and activate medical protocols and treatments,” she added.
Rodríguez praised the work carried out by 19,903 people, including medical professionals and community leaders, to find potential COVID-19 cases.
Presidential Press Office