Bolivia registers a low percentage of positive cases of Covid-19

Bolivia registers a low percentage of positive cases of Covid-19

The national epidemiological report of Covid-19 of this day registers only 52 positive cases and a high number of recovered and discharged patients, 452. This establishes an increase in the accumulated number of recovered people that reaches 851,714, according to the report provided by the National Directorate of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health and Sports.

The figures for new infections by department are: La Paz with 32 cases, Santa Cruz with 7 cases, Cochabamba with 6 cases, Potosí with 3 cases, Chuquisaca with 2, Beni and Oruro with 1 case each. Tarija and Pando did not register new cases.

On the other hand, among the recovered patients, the numbers are: La Paz with 195, Chuquisaca with 103, Tarija with 85, Santa Cruz with 43, Cochabamba with 17, Beni with 6, Potosí with 2, Oruro with only 1, and Pando with no recoveries.

Similarly, the report states that 2 people died on this day due to the virus and the fatality rate so far reaches 0.6%. According to the massive diagnosis during this day, 2,942 tests were carried out, 52 gave positive results and 2,890 were discarded.


Within the report of applied vaccines, there is a number of 13,225,598 doses between the first, second and third, to the different age groups of the Sputnik V, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Pfizer and Janssen vaccines throughout the national territory.

There are 6,117,386 people, Among health workers, teachers, the elderly, people over 18 years of age and pregnant women, who received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, likewise, 4,850,601 were given the second; 994,961 the single dose 1,262,650 over 18 years of age and with underlying diseases received the third dose.

The report establishes that 739,745 first doses and 483,691 second doses were applied to children from 5 to 11 years old, while 771,003 to adolescents from 12 to 17 years old in first doses and 578,564 in the second.

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