Establishments closed in Carabobo for failing to comply with radical quarantine

The action was also replicated in municipal markets and commercial premises in the center of Valencia.

Officials from the different security forces of the Carabobo state were deployed along the main avenues of the entity since the night of this Tuesday, to comply with the strict radical quarantine decree issued by the National Executive.

The Secretary of Citizen Security of the Government, José Ávila, was in charge of the closure and control of non-prioritized businesses in the Plaza de Toros sector, located south of the Valencia municipality.

The official stressed that the measure is being carried out in order to avoid a new outbreak of the virus, therefore, he assured that strict compliance with biosafety regulations is necessary at public transport stops and food and medicine outlets, among others.

For her part, Cinthia Herma, regent of the pedestrian market in the south of Valencia, assured that the actions of the police officers were carried out with respect, because they allowed merchants to access the place to extract their merchandise and protect it.

The action was also replicated in municipal markets and commercial premises in the center of Valencia, Bolívar avenue and the Mañongo sector in Naguanagua.

Meanwhile, Juan Carlos Aguilar, commander of the Naguanagua Municipal Police, reported that the peripheral work continues in different communities of the municipality.

He explained that in the Freek Market, Sambil and La Granja shopping centers, stores that did not comply with the measure were temporarily closed, in addition, the so-called “Hunger Street” in Mañongo was addressed and establishments that remained open were closed.

During the tours they also lowered the santamaría to the EPA and Traki store on Avenida Bolívar Norte.

Meeting of authorities

At the headquarters of the Capitol of Valencia, this Tuesday afternoon a meeting of the Extended Security Staff was held, with the participation of the mayors of the entity and the epidemiological authorities of Carabobo.

The Secretary General of the Government, Jesús París Lara, pointed out that the meeting aimed to verify the actions carried out to avoid the spread, cut and prevent the chain of potential infections by covid-19.

He stressed that the positive balance of the day “that in perfect union civic-military-police, together with the Bolivarian mayors of the entity, allows progress in the monitoring of actions aimed at guaranteeing faithful and exact compliance with the Official Gazette promulgated on Monday ”.



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