Venezuela registers 1,028 new cases of COVID-19 and raises the number of recovered to 39,027 – Vice Presidency of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Venezuela registers 1,028 new cases of COVID-19 and raises the number of recovered to 39,027

In order to keep the population informed of the figures and location of Coronavirus COVID-19 infections present in Venezuela, the Presidential Commission for the Control and Prevention of the virus, reported on Tuesday the record of 1,028 new cases, of which 904 are community and 124 international cases, to raise the total number of infected to 47,756.

The information was released by the Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, through her official Twitter account.

In another message, he explained that the Capital District is the Venezuelan entity with the highest cases detected today.

2/6 Today, again the Dtto. Capital presents the highest number of infections (193), with active cases in its 22 parishes, mainly in Catia (28), El Valle (19) and La Vega (18). pic.twitter.com/ry8AB0iBRI

– Delcy Rodríguez (@ drodriven2) September 2, 2020

Likewise, Rodríguez reported that Venezuela registers 5 people who have died due to the infection.

In another tweet, the Executive Vice President highlighted that of the 47,756 cases detected in the country, 39,027 are fully recovered, which represents 82% of the total cases.

4/6 To date, in Venezuela there are 47,756 infections of #COVID19, of which 8,338 are active, 39,027 recovered (82%), 1,652 are in Hospitals, 6,495 in CDI, 191 in Private Clinics and the unfortunate number of 391 deaths. pic.twitter.com/Z8Tx6OxnQn

– Delcy Rodríguez (@ drodriven2) September 2, 2020

He stressed that to date more than 1,700,000 tests have been carried out, as a result of the massive and expanded screening that takes place throughout the national territory.

Finally, Vice President Rodríguez reaffirmed that the voluntary social forty is the best strategy for the protection of the entire population.

T: Yuleisy Matheus


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