Venezuela conducts study to measure Covid-19 contagion in enclosed spaces

Venezuela has announced several studies related to covid-19, one of them, a possible treatment to cure the disease, carvativir, which has not yet been scientifically endorsed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Venezuela began a study to measure carbon dioxide levels to evaluate the risk of covid-19 contagion in closed spaces, informed the Minister of Science and Technology this Thursday Gabriela Jiménez-Ramírez.

"This measurement of CO2 concentrations in closed spaces is part of a scientific study that will serve as a basis to elaborate a guide of orientations in our country that will allow us to learn to coexist with the virus causing covid-19 under maximum care", said Jiménez quoted in a press release of the Ministry of Communication.

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