The Bolivian ratio of deaths to infections is alarming, although the death toll is not high so far.Full Story
So far, Bolivia has reported 107 COVID-19 cases and 6 dead patients. The public health situation, however, could become more complicated in the short term.Full Story
According to official communique, the public works and health managers would do “an epidemic blocking” in the region to detect all positive cases and stop the virus spreading.
Electoral exercises will resume from the point where the process was stopped as soon as economic, political and social activities resume in the Andean nation.
The presidential candidate has reported on Cuba's willingness to help the South American country facing the Covid-19's spread.
The Andean country will enter quarantine this Sunday (March 22) in an attempt to keep the confirmed cases of COVID-19 from rising.
Latin American countries' recovery will not be feasible if they are not relieved of the debt burden.
Bolivian doctors condemn the lack of medical supplies and preparation to face the spread of the virus.
The Inter-American Human Rights Commission qualified these events as a massacre.
While Añez implements these restrictive measures, leftist Bolivians have requested other actions.
According to Siñani, his legal team presented the legal appeal on March 13 and requested the hearing in which it will be considered if Morales can present his candidacy.