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Officers with caution before entering the tropical depression

They are asking people to take action and have emergency numbers on hand.

Officers and officials from various citizen protection organizations are on high alert for the arrival of a tropical depression, which will leave heavy rains and strong winds.

This was announced by the Minister of the Interior, Justice and Peace, Admiral in Chief Remigio Cephalos Ichaso on his social media. He pointed out that the tropical wave currently passing through the eastern part of the country is generating rainfall and strong winds.

In addition, Jose Pereira of Venezuela’s National Meteorological and Hydrological Institute pointed out that the tropical wave has a 90% chance of turning into a tropical depression, with winds of up to 50 kilometers per hour. In addition to strong waves.

Ceballo Ichaso said the entire risk management system is being used and vigilant. The public has been urged to take preventive measures and avoid harm.

“We began to use civil defense and firefighters along the country’s north coast axis to guarantee prevention,” the minister wrote.

They estimate that by Tuesday, June 28, it will begin to feel stronger.

Activities

Through the ministry’s social networks, people living along the coast have been asked to take measures such as protecting doors, windows and roofs due to strong winds.

Also keep emergency numbers in hand in that area. Holders of boats must ensure that they have official information and are authorized before traveling.

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Strong waves are expected.

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