28 C
Caracas
Monday, 18 January, 2021

Fuel service is suspending in Zulia border state

The fuel has been reserved for Maduro regime forces, General Ovidio Delgado said. The general urged to the people do not stay in at the gas stations.

-

Military authorities and the Zulia Governor’s Office said March 15th, that gasoline would only is to vehicles using to guarantee basic services in the state, such as food, medicine, transportation, water, and telecommunications.

“Don’t go to the gas stations, because you won´t get any fuel. Those in the lines should go home. That’s the call. We are on health alert,” said General Ovidio Delgado, head of the military command for Western Venezuela next to the governor of Zulia, Omar Prieto.

The military emphasizes that only those vehicles that require transit during the quarantine in Zulia state will have the gasoline.

You must read Venezuela in quarantine: Maduro confirms 33 cases of coronavirus.

Governor Omar Prieto that companies that need to fill up fuel must request a safe-passage permit at the headquarters of the Integral Defense Zone or Redi Occidente by its acronym in Spanish.

Food and water

The head of Redi Occidente clarifies that people can go out and buy food, taking into the necessary preventive measures.

- Advertisement -

Regarding the distribution of drinking water, which is lacking for more than a month in many areas of Maracaibo city, the capital of the state, Prieto says that service will be guaranteed, as well as the collection of garbage. “The most important thing is family takes shelter to avoids contagion.”

Six suspecting cases

Prieto also reports six suspecting Coronavirus cases in Zulia, which are analyzing, three of them are passengers on the Iberia flights, where the first two patients arrived, and the other three are people been in contact with sick people. Another 24 people are in isolation.

Behind the news that you just read, there is another story. The story of a team of journalists who appreciates independence, just like you. A team who has the commitment to unveil injustice and the abuse of power. But to keep doing it, we need your support. Join our cause: to make the kind of journalism that shows you the facts and keeps you awake.SUPPORT JOURNALISM THAT SHOWS YOU THE FACTS AND KEEPS YOU AWAKE

THE MOST SEEN

What expect from Venezuelan National Assembly in 2020?

This January 5 begins a new period in Venezuela National Assembly, and it seems Juan Guaido will be reelected as Parliament...

What do Venezuelan educators demand?

Tu indignación es necesaria
Hazte Aliado