A total of 402 community cases and 44 imported cases were detected in the last 24 hours by the Venezuelan health authorities, to raise the total number of infections to 103,067, while the rate of recovered is located at 96 percent of the total cases by registering 98,030 recovered patients.
This was announced today by the Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Delcy Rodríguez, through a series of publications on her account on the Twitter social network @drodriven2.
In this regard, she explained that cases of community transmission are discriminated by state as follows:
Zulia: 79 new cases
La Guaira: 78 new cases
Lara: 62 new cases
Capital District: 61 new cases
Táchira: 49 new cases
Yaracuy: 42 new cases
Miranda: 12 new cases
Carabobo: 10 new cases
Barinas: 7 new cases and
Trujillo: 2 new cases
Additionally, she explained that the entity that registered the highest number of new community cases is Zulia state with 79 cases, with active infections in 9 municipalities; followed by the states: La Guaira with 78 cases and Lara with 62 cases.
Similarly, she added that all 44 imported cases came from Colombia. She also reported that to date there are 4,132 active cases, of which 4,106 are being treated within the Public Health System and 26 in private clinics.
Likewise, she regretted the death of 4 Venezuelans who lost the battle to the Coronavirus: A 60-year-old woman from Guárico state, an 86-year-old man from Lara state, a 73-year-old man from Mérida state and a 62 years old man from Táchira state.
For her part, the Executive Vice President indicated that following the guidelines of the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, on December 2, 2020, the Presidential Commission for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19 held a work meeting, to evaluate and continue strengthening strategies that guarantee the protection of the people during the Christmas season.
Finally, she stressed that the country is in the first week of wide and safe relaxation of quarantine, where this Wednesday the Mission Venezuela Bella reached more than 4 million disinfections throughout the country, as part of the biosafety measures implemented by the Bolivarian Government.