From this Monday the 16th to Sunday the 22nd of November, a new day of flexibility will be in force in Venezuela. These seven days correspond to the 7 + 7 method that has been used in recent months in the country, since it was decreed by Nicolás Maduro with the aim of recovering economic stability.
This week a total of 50 economic and social sectors will be allowed to resume their work activities. The last to join this situation were the temples, although with strong biosecurity measures to avoid possible infections among the parishioners. However, churches will continue to be closed
In the middle of last October, restaurants and cafes with 40% capacity recovered their activity. Also, liquor stores, piñatería, confectioneries, hardware stores, jewelers, pawn shops, florists, nurseries, perfumeries and furniture stores. As for the beaches, hotels, clubs and cable cars, they did so a few days later.
They have also incorporated “public entities such as the National Institute of Land Transport (INTT), the Administrative Service for Identification, Migration and Immigration, the National Superintendency for the Defense of Socioeconomic Rights (Sundde) and the National Autonomous Service for Standardization, Quality , Metrology and Technical Regulations (Sencamer), the National Electric Corporation (Corpoelec) and the National Telephone Company of Venezuela (Cantv) “.