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Maduro insists on the need to coordinate action against the coronavirus with Brazil and Colombia

August 1, 2020

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro insisted this Friday on the need to coordinate health measures with the Brazilian and Colombian border authorities in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

“If we had health care from the Colombian side, there would not be a problem that criminals, paramilitaries, drug trafficking groups, smugglers and groups involved in human trafficking target dozens, hundreds of Venezuelans fleeing Colombia,” said Maduro How the Venezuelan TV station reports.

In doing so, he asked the Colombians to ask President Iván Duque to use “common sense” to coordinate measures with the Venezuelan authorities to “stop this virus and protect the entire population of the border”.

Maduro insists on the need to coordinate action against the coronavirus with Brazil and ColombiaMaduro insists on the need to coordinate action against the coronavirus with Brazil and Colombia

Internally, the Venezuelan president asked families to be more disciplined about radical quarantine to stop the spread of infections in the country and to reflect the effects of parties and celebrations.

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