Council of Vice Presidents monitors rainfall, social policies and the 1×10 System

This Monday, the Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodriguez, led the weekly meeting with the Sectoral Vice Presidents to monitor all social policies and the 1×10 system, deployed in the national territory for the comprehensive care of the Venezuelan people.

In Caracas, from the headquarters of the Vice Presidency, senior officials evaluate various issues, among them, and as a first priority, actions to protect families affected by rains in recent hours.

Likewise, the mass vaccination day is monitored to reinforce the immunization of COVID-19, a disease caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

The authorities have warned that the pandemic contagion has not been overcome, and they urge the population not to lower their guard, maintaining preventive measures (masks, hand washing, physical distancing and vaccination).

At this point, there are more than 19 thousand immunization centers that are currently active throughout the territory, for the free application of the corresponding dose. The vaccine has saved the lives of millions of people in the world, and they reiterated the call to apply the booster.

On the other hand, the Vice Presidents permanently monitor the 1×10 System of Good Governance, which in this month of July will culminate the 60-day period that President Maduro instructed for the preliminary attention of three emergency issues, prioritized to be attended to immediately through the technology platforms Patria and Line 58.

Finally, the activation and deployment of the Education and Health Military Community Brigades (Bricomiles) throughout the country, which is part of the 1×10, was evaluated. Last week it started in educational centers with total success, and this week it will be done in the Health sector, to improve and strengthen the Barrio Adentro 1 and 2 system.

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