Without enough vaccines, Nicolás Maduro ordered two weeks of “radical quarantine” due to the increase of infections in Venezuela

The Chavista leader changed the scheme and extended the confinement until Easter due to the jump in COVID-19 infections. He also ruled out the reopening of on-site classes, which was scheduled for April.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Nicolás Maduro announced this Sunday, March 21st, a set of restrictive measures to tighten the national quarantine, in view of the increase of COVID-19 infections in the Caribbean country, which has been described by the Executive as a "second wave" of contagions.

In a televised speech, the President informed that the so-called radical quarantine, which implies the cessation of all activities which are not considered essential, such as health or food, will be extended until Sunday, April 4, which means that the activities of the coming Holy Week will be restricted or suspended . . .

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