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Venezuela coronavirus travel advice
The latest coronavirus statistics for Venezuela and up-to-date resources on travel advice including government organisations and international agencies. Track daily changes of the coronavirus outbreak in Venezuela.
Venezuela coronavirus live updates
- Travel advice for Venezuela - UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO)
- Coronavirus timeline in Venezuela - Wikipedia - coronavirus update
Are there entry restrictions to Venezuela due to the coronavirus?
Non-resident foreign nationals travelling from some countries excluding the UK are banned from entering Venezuela. Negative COVID-19 test results are required for all arrivals.
Do I need to quarantine in the UK if I travel from Venezuela?
If you arrive in the UK from Venezuela you do need to self-isolate for two weeks.
FCO travel advice
Venezuela coronavirus - latest statistics
Below is the latest Venezuela coronavirus statistics on the Tuesday 1st December 2020 reported at 05:26 (UTC) on 1st December 2020.
- Total number of confirmed cases to date: 102,394
- Total number of deaths to date: 897
- New cases confirmed in the past day: 354
- Deaths recorded in the past day: 3
Venezuela coronavirus timeseries
Cases over time
Cases by day
Deaths over time
Deaths by day
The data displayed is from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository developed by Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE) in Baltimore, United States.
Coronavirus in South America
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Coronavirus - country by country
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