The positive cases of COVID-19 in Bolivia reflect a markedly upward curve for days, with daily records every day practically since last Thursday

The contagion curve for COVID-19 accentuates its growing trend in Bolivia, with a new daily record of one thousand 635 in one day.

The deceased reach one thousand 754 and confirmed infections 47 thousand 200 in the country, of about 11 million inhabitants, according to the latest report of the Ministry of Health.

The positive cases reflect a markedly upward curve for days, with daily records every day practically since last Thursday.

The latest report from the Ministry shows La Paz as the region with the most positives in the last day, with 662, ahead of Santa Cruz, with 600, which is the most affected department in Bolivia, with 24,625 confirmed cases and 700 deaths. .

They are followed by Cochabamba, where in recent days there have been cases of deaths on the street when pilgrims with symptoms of the new coronavirus passed through saturated health centers due to the increase in cases and of families with the coffin of a person who died of the disease for several days. at home waiting to be buried or cremated before the collapse in cemeteries.

Bolivia is among the most affected countries in the world by the pandemic, according to studies such as those prepared by the Johns Hopkins University in the United States, in terms of confirmed cases compared to its population and the percentage of deaths with respect to the total number of positives of the disease.

The country’s interim president herself, Jeanine Áñez, and the President of the Bolivian Parliament, Eva Copa, suffer from the disease, which is why they are in isolation in their residences although they maintain their work agenda, in addition to other members of the transitional Government and the Legislative Assembly.

The country has declared a state of sanitary emergency since the end of March, after the first cases appeared, imported from Europa, with a quarantine that has been relaxed and tightened again in stages based on a risk map of the new coronavirus by regions and municipalities in the country, and which is extended to all of July.

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