In one brothel in the Colombian border town of Cúcuta, 58 of the 60 women were from neighboring Venezuela.
The 5.9 aftershock was felt in Trinidad and Tobago and other parts of Venezuela following a 7.3 earthquake that hit the countries on Tuesday.
The "sovereign bolivar" was launched on Monday as a revaluation and renaming of the old bolivar.
"You've no idea what it's like [in Venezuela]. Whole families eat from the trash."
"Denmark, like Venezuela, has stripped people of their opportunities," Fox's Trish Regan said, before receiving some updated information from Copenhagen.
In April, a gang of pirates attacked four Guyanese fishing boats.
Four people in Brazil have died from measles since February.
Maduro accused exiled opposition leader Julio Borges and lawmaker Juan Requesens of planning the attack.
Following the attack, the Venezuelan leader accused right-wing groups and pointed fingers at Colombia. He also suggested that Venezuelans living in the U.S. were involved.
According to the Venezuelan government, those arrested worked with other plotters in Miami and Colombia.
The U.S. government was not involved in any way with a Saturday drone explosion at a Venezuelan military event, according to President Donald Trump's national security advisor.
Maduro was unhurt but seven people were injured, according to Venezuela's information minister.
President Nicolas Maduro said the move will "stabilize and change the country's monetary life in a radical way."
More than a million people have already fled the country amid a worsening economic crisis.
A harmful bacteria, known as "Vibrio parahaemolyticus," has been found in fresh, imported crab meat from Venezuela.
"The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, led by President Nicolas Maduro, deplore this unfortunate event. We send our condolence to the families."
Ongoing economic turmoil has led to a shortage of vaccines for the deadly virus.
The country's economic downturn has led to high inflation, shortages of basic goods and unrest.
GOP Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee visited Nicolás Maduro amid diplomatic tensions between Caracas and Washington.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered Chargé d'Affaires Todd Robinson and his deputy, Brian Naranjo, out of the country.
The riot was reportedly prompted by the brutal beating of a political prisoner.