The Dollar price In Venezuela it was more than 4 digital bolivars over the weekend, when the Venezuelan government proposed to vaccinate against Govt-19 in pharmacies and shopping centers.
Initially, the exchange rate was quoted at 4.3 bolivars per dollar in the parallel or informal market, according to data from the platform DolarToday.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro this Sunday proposed increasing the number of anti-Kovit vaccine centers in the country by adding them to pharmacies, shopping centers, high schools and homes.
During a program broadcast by the state channel Venezuelana de Television (VTV), Maduro spoke with executive vice president Delcy Rodriguez. Points.
“We agree with your plan to grow, house to house, vaccination in high schools, pharmacies and shopping centers. Good idea, we’re going to combine it all. Give me a recommendation to expand vaccination centers.”WhatsApp said via voice message that it had recorded live to President Rodriguez.
Earlier, the vice president explained that high schools and students will return tomorrow after 19 months without face-to-face classes. They become the travel (vaccination) centers where the delegates are. “ Juveniles can get Govit-19 medication.
Tomorrow, they will return to classes and start vaccinating people over the age of 12, although officials have not yet explained what medication they will inject.