Venezuela receives 96 nationals from Ecuador through the Plan Vuelta a la Patria

Until this Monday, December 14, a total of 202,180 cases of COVID-19 were registered in Ecuador, according to figures from the Ecuadorian Ministry of Public Health. Pichincha, whose main city is Quito (capital), is the most affected of the 24 that exist in the country, accounting for more than 71 thousand cases, followed by the province of Guayas (capital of Guayaquil) with more than 26 thousand positives.

Today, a humanitarian flight was authorized by the Venezuelan Consortium of Aeronautical Industries and Air Services (Conviasa) to bring a total of 96 Venezuelans who were in a situation of vulnerability from Guayaquil, Ecuador, to their country of origin.

Venezuela in the face of disaster

While Guayaquil aims to “reorganize itself immediately” to avoid a new upturn in infected and sick people that triggers new deaths in the city, Venezuela -a nation with the lowest rates of infections and deaths from the virus- activates a new day of the Plan Vuelta a la Patria complying with the strictest biosecurity controls during all phases of the transfer.

Currently, the Bolivarian country, according to the recent report published by the Samuel Robinson Institute (ISR) entitled COVID-19 as a global break: Venezuela in the face of disaster, has risen with a tailor-made scheme of maneuver, marked by the peculiarities of the hybrid war that the country is experiencing and the complexities of its own socio-political model.

As the Christmas holidays approach, the Bolivarian Government extends its firm commitment to guarantee to the compatriots a return full of opportunities that contribute to the construction of a prosperous country that faces the unilateral coercive measures and blockades imposed by foreign powers.

Temas: Vuelta a la Patria Inglés.