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Etiqueta: COVID 19

Venezuelans challenge COVID-19 to buy food in Brazil

By Glorimar Fernandez. It is an open secret: more and more people are making the walk to the border...

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate in Venezuela, the dilemma of the mothers

By Lorena Bornacelly. When the Colombian government announced the closure of the borders with Venezuela due to the COVID-19...

Repression and neglect kill three people in Isla de Toas, western Venezuela

By Eira Gonzalez, additional reporting by Carlos Camacho in Caracas. Three inhabitants in the Isla de Toas, an island,...

The second pandemic

By Nataly Angulo. First part It was the 28 day of lockdown, 7:30 am...

U.S. trade deficit widens in April amid COVID-19 fallout

WASHINGTON, (Xinhua) U.S. imports fell by 13.7 percent to 200.7 billion U.S. dollars in April while exports fell by...

Venezuelan migrants denounce spoiled food and no water in Coronavirus shelters

By Lorena Bornacelly. WhatsApp has been the via of communication for those who returned to Venezuela through the Tachira...

U.S. Fed chief says economic recovery could stretch through the end of 2021

(Xinhua) The U.S. economy will recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, but the process could stretch through until...
Venezuelan migrants

Returning migrants are quarantining as in military barracks

A group of Venezuelan migrants who returned to the country from Colombia and into Tachira state was mobilizing on Friday, April...

The Maduro regime releases 122 prisoners to prevent COVID-19

The Minister of Prison Services, Iris Varela, authorized the release of 122 prisoners held in the Rodeo II and Rodeo III...

Farm producers are stranded in Guarico as the gasoline shortage intensifies

Restrictions on fuel distribution, as part of the health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, are triggering long lines at service stations...
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