There are millions of Venezuelans are trapped in Colombia, are now coming back home. As the pandemic situation has locked down the flight service, borders and trading, some migrated Venezuelans are hoping to come back home. Though there are in Venezuela, the economic system and health infrastructure are crumbling.
There are 46 citizens have died already with 1,579 active cases of COVID-19 in Colombia. The entire nation is in the state of Quarantine. Colombian President Iván Duque has been stated that it is very important to get back to the normal life, an ordinary and peaceful life, by protecting those who need to be protected. Those residents will receive each and every support from the state which are currently in a vulnerable situation.
But currently, there are more than 1.6 million Venezuelans in the nation, who are unable to access these helps. United Nations Refugee Agency has reported that there are 60% of the Venezuelans of Colombia didn’t register them in government and thus they are unable to access the crucial services.
Colombia migration agency stated that more 600 Venezuelans have come back to the nation by using the Simón Bolívar International, the border city of Cúcuta. Children, women and men were in more 20 buses. They are permitted to enter in Venezuela after checking their health parameters properly.