The President of the National Assembly Juan Guaido spoke to the nation that there are now 200 coronavirus cases in Venezuela and not the 84 cases -at the time- admitted to by the Nicolas Maduro regime.
Guaido, recognized as the interim president of Venezuela, said he obtained these figures from “a ministry” of the regime, which is concern about the emergency in the country due to the pandemic.
He also said that 76% of the medical workers do not have masks, and 25% do not have surgical gloves, according to the monitoring carried out by the National Assembly.
“Today the capacity of the State is null because the dictatorship destroyed, assassinated the State,” the politician said.
Guaido also claimed that 83% of Venezuelan homes do not have continuous electricity services, and another 71% do not receive water constantly.
About the measures announced by Maduro, Guaido insists that the regime must stop collecting the Income Tax as well as the VAT. “They want to put their hands, even deeper, into the pockets of Venezuelans,” he said.