UN confirms protocols for attention to compatriots in Táchira
Representatives of the United Nations (UN), visited the Comprehensive Social Care Points (PASI) in Táchira state with the intention of learning about the care protocols that the National Government is applying to the thousands of compatriots coming from Colombia and other South American countries in the midst of the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, reported the Protector of said western entity, Freddy Bernal.
“Along with representatives of the UN, we visit the Social Assistance Points of the Simón Bolívar International Bridge and the San Antonio Terminal, so they see the reality of the plans that we are implementing for the reception of our Venezuelan brothers”, he wrote on his social networks.
Last April, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela presented the Covid-19 Prevention and Containment Plan, developed by the Bolivarian Government, to the resident United Nations system in the country.
It was specified that it was made up of five components: the strengthening of epidemiological and laboratory surveillance, sanitary control at entry points, the implementation of clinical-epidemiological management protocols for suspected and confirmed Covid-19 cases, the communication and social mobilization, as well as the identification and strengthening of sentinel centers.