Bolivarian Government strengthens epidemiological fence against Covid-19 in border areas
The Presidential Commission for the Prevention of Covid-19 strengthens the epidemiological fence at border crossings and a videoconference was held with the governors and Protectors of the states in order to establish new health policies to prevent the spread of the virus.
The meeting was led by the Executive Vice-president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, from the Presidential Command Post of the Miraflores Palace, where the authorities supervise the National Attention Protocols to Covid-19, adopted to ensure the safety of the homeland in the midst of this global pandemic.
To date, 41,933 Venezuelans have returned to the country, distributed as follows: by Táchira, 24,542; Apure, 10,275; Bolívar, 1,954; Amazonas, 109; Zulia, 4,753 and by La Guaira, through the flights of the Plan Vuelta a la Patria, 300 people, of whom 220 tested positive for Covid-19.
In this context, compatriots who are in countries such as Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Brazil, who return to their homeland fleeing from xenophobia and the social damage that Covid-19 has caused in those nations, motivated to erroneous or late measures in the fight against this infection, have been received.
The Bolivarian Government guarantees the fundamental human rights to the health of the nationals who return to the homeland, guaranteeing the protection and well-being of each of them, applying the necessary health containment protocols in a personalized and free way, while protecting to the population of the border states.