More than 100,000 Venezuelans have been forced to return to their home country in recent months due to the pandemic, with some walking for thousands of miles after facing job losses and business closures while working abroad because of national lockdowns. Hospitals continue to be understaffed, and the nurses who risk their lives to show up for work take home barely enough money to buy the day’s groceries. International Medical Corps is one of only a few international non-governmental organizations to receive import licensing to support healthcare facilities in Venezuela. Our Venezuela team has provided COVID-19 training for 999 frontline staff in 36 health facilities. Since late February 2020, we have screened 13,127 patients for COVID-19, have donated 366,296 items of PPE and have reached more than 2.5 million people indirectly to date. The team continues to actively coordinate with UN agencies, INGOs, key health officials and mayors of municipalities, as well as directors of health facilities in Miranda and Bolivar states.