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Venezuela registers 5,405 deaths from coronavirus since the start of the pandemic

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In the last 24 hours, three Venezuelans died for the COVID-19, bringing the total number to 5,405 deaths since the start of the pandemic, Executive Vice President Delcy Rodríguez reported this Sunday.

“Unfortunately, today we have three Venezuelans who have died from the pandemic,” Rodríguez wrote on his Twitter account, where he explained that one person from the central state of Miranda, another from the Andean Mérida state and another from the northwestern Zulia died.

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On the other hand, he explained that, in the last 24 hours, the authorities detected 1,702 new infections in the country, 1,681 cases of community transmission and 21 international ones.

Caracas is the region with the most new cases (444), followed by Miranda (426), Yaracuy (340), Bolívar (52), Lara (49), Anzoátegui (37), Cojedes (37), Carabobo (36), Portuguesa (34), Zulia (32), Aragua (28), Táchira (26), Sucre (22), Barinas (17), La Guaira (17), Monagas (15), Trujillo (14), Falcon (12), Mérida (11), Apure (11), Amazonas (7), Guárico (6), Delta Amacuro (4) and Nueva Esparta (4).

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The international cases are 21 travelers from Panama (10), Russia (8) and Colombia (3).

In this way, Venezuela reaches 469,566 cases of covid-19 detected by the authorities since the start of the pandemic, although 447,171 patients have already recovered (96% of the total), with which there are 16,990 active cases.

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President Nicolás Maduro warned today that “the omicron variant is not a more lethal variant”, but, equally, “it is a coronavirus”, for which he asked “that no one say that it is a little flu”.

“The coronavirus is treacherous. We have been handling the situation with great force and I think we can continue handling the situation with great prevention, very carefully. We have reached 96% of adults vaccinated in Venezuela,” he said.

On this occasion, as is often the case, it did not clarify whether that 96% of adults have received a single dose of the vaccine or the two necessary for complete immunization.

He also asked “to continue vaccinating children” because “it is safe.”

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