Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro renewed the alert that governs the Caribbean country for the coronavirus pandemic for another 30 days this Tuesday.
“I sign the renewal of the alarm decree by another 30 days to further protect our people. Until after June,” said Maduro in an intervention by Miraflores.
“If you relax or your family relaxes here, it could be a resurgence, as happens in Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Germany,” he added. The first time that the pandemic alert in Venezuela was declared was on March 13th and was renewed on April 11th.
In parallel, the Venezuelan president has offered the balance of positive cases of coronavirus in Venezuela. So there was a new infection with Covid-19 that Tuesday, increasing the total number of cases in the Latin American nation to 423.
“We have reached 423 cases in Venezuela,” he said. In addition, 10 people have died from the coronavirus and 220 have recovered from the disease in the country.