The Dollar price In Venezuela it was less traded over the weekend. Yesterday, Sunday, Nicolas Maduro tightened isolation in the Caribbean country as corona virus cases increased.
On the other hand, according to the Efe Agency, Maduro on Sunday announced a restrictive measure to tighten national isolation in the wake of an increase in Govt-19 infections in the Caribbean, which has been described by executives as the “second wave” of infections.
In a televised speech, the president announced that the so-called radical isolation, which is considered to halt all activities that are not considered essential, such as health or food, will be extended until Sunday, April 4, which means that they will be banned or suspended until the coming Easter.
Maduro had said that the holiday, which begins on Sunday, March 28, would be held under a “flexible” system that would allow business activities and mobility across the country, however, he now decided to suppress the default on those days. View of the daily increase in the number of corona virus infections.
In addition, the move is due to the “strong” spread of the Brazilian Covit-19, which is present in many states of the country, including Caracas and its neighboring states of Miranda and La Guerra, as well as southern Bolivar on the Brazilian border.