COVID: Venezuela registers 245 community cases, 109 imported and a 95% recovery rate

A total of 245 cases of community transmission of COVID-19 and 109 imported were detected in the last 24 hours by the Venezuelan health authorities, however the recovery rate remains at 95 percent of the total cases, registering 97,326 healings with free treatments.

This was announced by the Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, through a videoconference broadcast by Venezolana de Televisión, where she explained that Venezuela currently has 102,394 cases, of which 2,855 are asymptomatic, 1,087 have mild acute respiratory failure, 208 have moderate acute respiratory failure and 21 patients with severe acute respiratory failure. Similarly, Venezuela has 95% of patients recovered

Regarding community cases, she explained that they were registered (by state) as follows:

Capital District: 79

Yaracuy: 47

Miranda: 30

Zulia: 20

La Guaira: 18

Táchira: 15

Aragua: 11

Carabobo: 8

Monagas: 5

Merida: 7

Lara: 3

Falcon: 2

Meanwhile, of the registry of the 109 imported cases, 57 come from the Dominican Republic, who arrived on a commercial flight through La Guaira and 52 come from Colombia with entry through Táchira state.

She specified that so far the country has reached the figure of 897 deaths by registering 3 new deaths this Monday, 2 of them in Táchira state, an 89 years old woman and another woman 64 years old, and one in Mérida state.

Likewise, the Executive Vice President pointed out that it is very important to take care of biosafety regulations so that the joy of the Venezuelan people continues, during the month of December and the parliamentary electoral process.