The deputy to the National Assembly (NA) for the state of Miranda, Manuel Teixeira, pronounced himself on the scheme of quarantine relaxation set by the regime as of this Monday and assured that it is a model of unrealistic mathematical theory that does not exempt Venezuelans from the risk of contagion in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After three months, the regime has decided to make the isolation more flexible. “At the beginning, people locked themselves up out of fear and ignorance, after the quarantine was decreed, some time ago people have been making the quarantine more flexible because they have needs, first in terms of human beings and their needs to work to find a livelihood,” he said.
Teixeira said that this measure only completes the flexibility that Venezuelans have been taking independently on their own for weeks.
“The model they are implementing is an unrealistic mathematical theory model, where there are five days to do the activities and ten days to evaluate the results, whether there are infections or not, because statistically in ten days you could see results, as long as there are no infections, it will be more flexible,” he said.
The parliamentarian noted that this measure is added to the new implementation of gasoline distribution announced by the regime, “obviously gasoline is being produced or gasoline got here to supply part of the vehicle fleet so that certain businesses and sectors can work and in view of this quarantine is relaxed by sector.”
In this regard, he considered that we must be alert to possible outbreaks of the pandemic, “because nothing different has happened to think that we are far from the danger, there is no effective treatment and no vaccine, so we continue to be at risk in this global pandemic,” he added.
The deputy concluded by calling for care in the protocols to prevent contagion, “care, effective social distancing, personal cleanliness measures and arriving home which is the only thing that protects us and separates us a little more.”