Bolivia exceeds 19,000 positive cases for Covid-19 and total deaths amount to 630
In the last 24 hours, more than 600 infections were registered, more than half of them in the department of Santa Cruz, the epicenter of the pandemic in the country.
The number of people infected in Bolivia by the new coronavirus has exceeded the 19,000 threshold on Monday, after registering more than 600 infections in a single day, more than half of them in the department of Santa Cruz, epicenter of the pandemic in the South American country.
The Bolivian Ministry of Health has confirmed 614 additional infections in 24 hours, which increases the provisional balance of positives to 19,073. In Santa Cruz alone, 317 more infected have been registered, up to a total of 11,741, evidencing an upward curve that worries the authorities.
The Defense Minister, Fernando López, announced after the meeting of the Departmental Emergency Operations Committee (COED) that a house-to-house search will begin this Tuesday in search of possible cases. It will be the “largest registry in Bolivia”, for which it has asked for the collaboration of everyone, from security forces to private companies to their own families, according to the Bolivian newspaper ‘La Razón’.
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The image has the recommendations of the National Directory of Bolívia of the Templar Corps for those who have to be confined.