Users who woke up without electricity in their homes this Tuesday morning in Caracas and other states of the country.
Several areas of Caracas and in other states of the country woke up without electricity this Tuesday morning, May 23, according to reports from users on social networks.
They reported that areas of Chacaíto, La Florida, La Candelaria, Sabana Grande, Las Delicias, Bello Monte, Avenida Casanova, Maripérez, Plaza Venezuela, Las Palmas, Parque Caiza Los Caobos had no electricity service.
He informed that the stations of Plaza Venezuela and Sabana Grande are not providing commercial service due to this situation.
In places of Zulia, Aragua, Lara, Vargas and Carabobo states also reported power failures.
The power failure recorded this Monday is evidenced 72 hours after a power outage that occurred at approximately 6:30 in the evening of Saturday, May 19, which affected several areas of Caracas and other states of the country, as reported at that time.
On that occasion, sectors such as La California, Los Palos Grandes, La Pastora, 23 de enero, Artigas, San Martín, Propatria, El Valle and Caricuao Caracas; Carabobo, Aragua, Portuguesa, Trujillo, Lara, Guárico, La Guaira, Miranda, Mérida, Falcón, Táchira, Barinas, and Zulia were affected by the power failure that occurred.
Hours later, several users denounced that the Simón Bolívar International Airport, in Maiquetía, since 10:00 p.m. of that day and the situation continued until Sunday 21, although partially after reactivating the international terminal.
Almost 900 more power failures were recorded in April compared to March in Venezuela, which suffers intermittent outages of this service on a daily basis, especially in the interior states of the country, according to data provided to EFE on Sunday by the Committee of People Affected by Power Outages (Comité de Afectados por Apagones).
The independent entity indicated that, last month, 6,935 failures were recorded, which are 892 more in comparison with the outages computed in March, which were 6,043, representing an increase of 14.7%.