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Venezuela achieves 48.6% of Covid-19 recoveries

Vice President of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, gave a summary on the policies undertaken by the Executive to combat Covid-19 in the South American nation, which so far has achieved 48.6 per cent full recovery of patients.

“In the last 24 hours, eight new cases have been detected in the country, geographically located in the states of Aragua, Nueva Esparta, Falcón, Miranda, La Guaira,” Vice President Rodríguez said. “In this way, Venezuela registers 422 cases, of which: 205 (48.6%) are recovered, 92 remain hospitalized in sentinel hospitals, 96 in Comprehensive Diagnostic Centers (CDI), 19 in private clinics and unfortunately, ten have passed away, “said Vice President Rodríguez.

 Another person involved in failed armed incursion against Venezuela captured

The Strategic Capital Comprehensive Defense Region of the Bolivarian National Armed Force (FANB) of Venezuela reported on Monday that they had captured “another terrorist mercenary in Puerto Cruz, Carayaca”, state of La Guaira, as part of the yunke hammer maneuver.

Venezuelan authorities continue to be deployed throughout the territory to capture all the participants in Operation Gideon, which aimed to carry out a coup d’état and assassinate the constitutional President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro.

Venezuela demands of Colombia to realistically resolve the situation of navy vessels

Minister of People’s Power for Foreign Relations of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza urged the Colombian Government to enter into political realism, out of respect for the Colombian people and to clarify the situation of the Colombian Navy vessels found in Venezuelan territory.

In an interview offered to the Colombian radio station Caracol Radio, Arreaza expressed that there are no doubts about the participation of the Colombian authorities. “It is more than obvious, the involvement of the Colombian authorities, both by direct action and complicity” in the failed incursion of May 3 is notorious. According to the Colombian authorities, these vessels were “accidentally swept away by the current”.

Iran rejects failed US armed incursion In Venezuela

The Islamic Republic of Iran categorically rejects the United States-led armed incursion into Venezuela, which was intended to assassinate Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. The Tehran government calls on Washington to stop meddling in the internal affairs of sovereign nations, now and forever, “The appalling report on the failed US-led terrorist plot reminds us of how the American regime is shamefully but naively trapped in their twentieth century mentality, “stated the tweet from the Iranian Foreign Ministry.

A total of 300 Venezuelans return from Peru and Ecuador

Venezuelan Foreign Ministry reported that 210 nationals returned on Friday night from Lima, Peru, while hours before the Governor of the Venezuelan state of Lara, Carmen Meléndez, reported the arrival in the country of 90 fellow citizens from Ecuador, both transfers made through the Return to the homeland Plan.

In a statement, the Foreign Ministry indicated that the 210 nationals were received with the pertinent medical-health attention to diagnose possible cases of Covid-19 -before boarding the plane-, and all the prevention protocols were followed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in the South American country.

Venezuela shows details of contract signed by opposition for armed incursion into the country

Venezuela’s Minister of Communication, Jorge Rodríguez, showed in a press conference; details about the contract signed to attack Venezuela and overthrow the legitimate President Nicolás Maduro. The headline highlighted that an event like this had never happened before in Venezuela “where a group of people guided by their ambition for money and limitless hatred signed a contract to incur not only in the derogation of the Constitution, but to support the invasion and assassination of President Maduro. “

Under Silvercorp’s contracts, to assassinate the President and destroy economic spaces, Goudreau would collect a $ 10 million bonus. It was stipulated that Silvercorp’s forces would remain as occupation forces, commanding the Bolivarian National Armed Forces and the country’s National Police, in addition to assisting in the installation of the Government of Juan Guaidó.

WHO recognizes Venezuelan measures in the fight against Covid-19

Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, thanked Venezuela for sharing its experiences in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. In a Twitter message, the highest representative of the organization acknowledged the approach and the measures taken by the Venezuelan Government to face the Covid-19 pandemic.

New shipment arrives in Venezuela with medical supplies from Russia

Minister for Health of Venezuela, Carlos Alvarado; Deputy Foreign Minister Yvan Gil, and Russian Ambassador to that nation, Sergey Melik-Bagdasarov, on Friday May 8th,  received a new shipment with medical supplies sent by Moscow, consisting of 500,000 insulin containers which will guarantee care for the 400,000 patients with diabetes.

According to the Russian Embassy in Venezuela, this aid will reinforce the health care provided to diabetic patients in the country’s public hospitals, in the midst of the quarantine for the novel coronavirus.

 More than 29,000 compatriots return to Venezuela through Covid-19

Vice president of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, announced that some 29,193 compatriots have returned to the country through the border states with Brazil and Colombia, who have left those nations due to the health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

According to Rodríguez, Brazil and Colombia are the epicenters of the coronavirus on the continent. Hence, the latest results show the tendency for the majority of positives to enter through the states of Bolívar, Táchira and Apure.

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