The cash shortage is worsening in the state of Guarico and in the other states of Venezuela. Banks reopened in the midst of the quarantine with the lowest cash availability in 18 months.
The dictatorship keeps Venezuelans queuing up at banks, putting many people at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Cash is not available here, compadre. Here that is really the big problem that we have, the San Juaneros and the Venezuelans. You can’t get cash and you see us walking because in reality we don’t have a way to get on the (bus) routes because there is no cash,” denounced one of the inhabitants of San Juan de los Morros in the state of Guarico.
The inhabitants of the state have assured that they can only withdraw two hundred thousand bolivars in cash per day, an amount that cannot buy a kilo of cheese due to the great inflationary crisis that the country is going through.
Nicolás Maduro’s regime has led Venezuelans to live in the midst of a tragedy, with shortages of food, services, inflation, which has also been worsened by the arrival of the COVID-19 to the country.