This Tuesday two days of disinfection with hypochlorite were held in the center of the capital city of the Delta and in other sectors of the Tucupita municipality, to prevent the spread of the covid-19 pandemic which doubled its positive cases this last week in the region.
This was announced by the governor, Lizeta Hernández Abchi, who from this Tuesday together with her government team intensified biosafety measures and assured that non-compliance with the regulations will lead to monetary fines.
The disinfection teams operated in public spaces, streets, avenues, squares and carried out an intense day at the Municipal Market, which did not open its doors this Tuesday, considered a focus of care for the containment of covid-19, according to the authorities.
The mayor of the Tucupita municipality, Loa Tamaronis, reported that in addition to the intensification of disinfection days, a security deployment is being carried out to corroborate that the population complies with biosafety measures and the established schedules for prioritized businesses.
“This week our State had a significant increase in covid cases, and according to the governor's guidance, in a meeting of the Health and Safety General Staff, today we went out to carry out these actions, a security deployment in the 8 parishes that make up the municipality, with the objective that our people comply with the protection measures and with the established schedule for passers-by and vehicles. We are seeing the consequences in other neighboring states, we are protecting our people of Tucupita, ”said Tamaronis.
The authorities emphasized increasing and increasing protection measures, use of masks, hand washing, social distancing to cut the chain of transmission of the virus.