For years, Venezuela has been deemed one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.But now, as the coronavirus pandemic seeps into its already dire fabric, many inside fear the worst is yet to come.”We are in great danger with the coronavirus. We have a high malnutrition rate due to lack of basic necessities, already most people – including children – only eat one meal a day,” one 38-year-old Venezuelan male, who requested only to be identified as Jesus for concern of reprisal, told Fox News. “There is a lack of medicines, doctors, face masks, and already an extremely high crime rate.”The embattled government of President Nicolas Maduro, which for more than a year has not been recognized by the U.S. and dozens of allied countries but still holds court in Caracas, on Monday ordered a national quarantine as infection rates multiplied.On Tuesday, Maduro took the unprecedented step of asking the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a $5 billion loan to help them fight the virus – the first time he has ever made such a request throughout his tenure – but was denied on the grounds the fund does not acknowledge his legitimacy. Passengers sit on a bus at the main bus station


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