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Health in Venezuela: What are Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika?

Hello, my dear readers! Today I want to talk about health in Venezuela, since I have been very concerned about the number of people who have become ill and died due to the lack of medical supplies. Lately there has been a strong increase in malaria cases because the health system suffers the effects of hyperinflation and a recession. Sadly, in 2017, there were 406,000 cases of malaria in Venezuela, […]

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Guyana Esequiba: A short summary of the history of the zone in reclamation between Venezuela and Guyana

Hello, my dear readers! Today I come to talk about a very particular topic and I want to share it as a curious and interesting piece of information about my country. Since I was a little girl I always thought that the map of Venezuela was this: The continental territory borders on the north with the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, on the west with Colombia, on the south […]

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A MacDonald’s in Venezuela

Hey, everyone! For this post I made a special visit to an international chain of restaurants that we may all know. Yes! MacDonald’s! When I was a little girl I loved going to MacDonald’s, eating burgers and fries. Over the years, going to MacDonalds became a luxury. I will show you some photos to see a typical MacDonalds in Venezuela, the menu, the prices in bolivars and in dollars so […]

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Humanitarian aid for Venezuela: What happened on February 22 and 23?

Thousands of people waited from before the dawn in the bridge of Tienditas, that connects to the Colombian city of Cúcuta with the Venezuelan one of Ureña, the beginning of the concert Venezuela Aid Live, that began at 11.00 local time of this Thursday with the Venezuelan and Colombian hymns and the applause of tens of thousands of people who attended the event. Rivers of people dressed in white and […]

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Waiting for the winds of change

These last days have been a bit complicated. The situation of the country every day is more critical. There is more tension in the air. Nicolás Maduro swore on Thursday his position as president of Venezuela for what will be his second term, much questioned by many inside and outside Venezuela. Like almost everything in the politics of our country, the oath of Maduro takes place in the midst of […]

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