The Chinese-made antibody tests bought by many countries, including Venezuela, aren’t recommended to detect cases before they become acute.
Human rights organizations and American media are talking about ICE and European camps, but Venezuelans have another place to worry about when it comes to COVID-19: their borders.
Is it likely that COVID-19 was bio-engineered into existence? Who would be the most likely designer? And why is this theory scientifically implausible?
Not only do criminals tax store owners, they also took over Clap box distribution and found in their neighbors an easy way to make an extra profit.
We have evidence that the contagion curves are flattening thanks to social distance measures. We must keep them, in the world and in Venezuela.
Chavismo claims to be "for the poor," but just how much is it actually helping the most vulnerable of Venezuelans during the economic woes of the pandemic?
A paper suggests BCG vaccines against tuberculosis, which are provided in Venezuela, can reduce COVID-19 deaths. But are they really the answer we’re looking for?
Hundreds of Venezuelans seeking asylum in the United States are behind bars, risking COVID-19 infection and facing an uncertain future in the labyrinthine immigration system.
The brief detention of NGO worker Luis Serrano puts the magnifying glass on the pressure that several sectors (and especially healthcare) are enduring through the pandemic.
This is what SARS-Cov-2 does to your body and why it kills even healthy, young people. It’s also why the Maduro-recommended Cuban interferon might be dangerous.
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