Venezuela to decrease quarantine despite increasing COVID-19 cases | Society | America Edition

The Venezuelan government announced on Sunday that a new week of easing of the quarantine that has been in force in the country since March 16, will go into effect, despite the increase in cases of COVID-19 that has been registered in recent days.

The president of the South American country, Nicolás Maduro, said in a work broadcast on public television VTV that Caracas, and the neighboring states of Miranda and La Guaira, will enter a phase of “monitored partial flexibility” that will allow ten sectors of economy, including banks and services like plumbing and refrigeration, are reopening.

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