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The in Venezuela it was above 4 digital bolivars over the weekend, after Nicolás Maduro announced easing of restrictions for the pandemic.

The exchange rate was trading at 4.13 bolivars per dollar in the parallel or informal market, according to data from the DolarToday platform.

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According to the Efe agency, the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, announced this Sunday a wide flexibility for all sectors during the months of November and December, after considering that the contagion of covid-19 in the country remains controlled, although sectors of health argue otherwise.

In a broadcast on the state channel VTV, the Venezuelan president said that he approved declaring the weeks from “November 1 to December 31” flexible for the “safety, health and happiness of economic growth.”

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The easing is announced for two months, despite the fact that the number of daily infections registered so far in October, according to data from the executive himself, doubles – even triples in some days – those registered in the same month last year, when only The government relaxed the measures in December.

In this sense, he added that, in this way, the plan known as “7 + 7” is suspended “momentarily”, which consisted of a week of relaxation, followed by another seven days of business closure.

However, this program, for months, was not being fully complied with.


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