More than 160 people are arrested for breaching quarantine in Naguanagua

More than 600 non-prioritized commercial establishments have been closed for opening without authorization.

The mayor of Naguanagua, Gustavo Gutiérrez, reported that more than 160 people have been detained in the municipality for failing to comply with the health emergency decree during the first week of radical quarantine. 

He specified that these citizens have been detained by the local police for not wearing masks in public places and for holding mass meetings in different places. 

“These people have been transferred to the Police Coordination Center with the intention of guiding them on security protocols, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. It is important to note that these operations are constant and we seek not to form pockets of agglomerations that can break social distancing, "he said. 

Likewise, Gutiérrez indicated that more than 600 non-prioritized commercial establishments have been closed for opening without authorization. 

In addition, he assured that from March 13 to date, approximately 19.400 disinfections have been carried out in the municipality in different places. 

“Operations have been carried out on residences, commercial premises, streets, avenues, public transport, private cars, urbanizations and health centers. We have also given informative talks so that people can become aware of the impact of this pandemic, "he said.

The vests arrived. The Governor of Carabobo, Rafael Lacava, informed through his Instagram account that the orange vests are ready to be used by violators of the radical quarantine.

He asserted that this clothing will be used for social work by those who do not wear masks or are at clandestine parties. 



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