Dario Vivas, head of government for Caracas, died of COVID-19 in a private hospital on Thursday; Another doctor and a nurse also died; The U.S. confiscated gas from four Iranian ships heading for Venezuela
The regime has admitted to 247 COVID-19 deaths, but everything points to a much higher figure; We’ve found more information about the oil spills in the states of Falcón, Yaracuy and Carabobo
And that's the cases they’ve admitted to, which are always fewer than the actual total; It's possible that the virus is spreading in prisons and among political prisoners
That’s what deputy José Manuel Olivares called the pandemic in Venezuela; AD’s main headquarters was attacked by colectivos with weapons that should only be controlled by the state
In a week, chavismo has admitted the existence 5,639 cases of coronavirus in Venezuela. America is the most affected region on the planet
The COVID-19 outbreak at El Helicoide has been confirmed and the TSJ and the CNE insist on a dynamic of no accountability.
The WHO has highlighted the need to protect all health workers, something Venezuela hasn’t done; The trial of former Citgo executives is about to re-open; Cape Verde hopes that the extradition process of Alex Saab isn't a reason to damage its relations with Venezuela
We have to test more people, stop threatening and repressing the exposed population and supply every health worker that might be able to help with personal protection gear
A weird call on live TV left more questions than it answered about the health of regime’s number 2 man; Venezuelan doctors keep dying of COVID-19
There were almost 900 new cases on Saturday and doctors and health workers have started dying without proper protection gear; 27 political parties are opposing the regime’s parliamentary elections of this December
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