There are 2,556 new infected by covid in Bolivia and the emergency is focused on the trunk axis

There are 2,556 new infected by covid in Bolivia and the emergency is focused on the trunk axis

August 12, 2022, 23:05 PM

August 12, 2022, 23:05 PM

Bolivia continues to count covid-19 cases by the thousands This Friday, August 12, it was reported that 2,556 people tested positive for the disease of a total of 13,442 tests carried out in national territory. Added to this is the death of six people who could give more battle to the condition.

The total number of infected to date in national territory is 1,079,371, while the number of deaths reaches 22,126.

The positive of the day is that the number of people recovered was higher, with 4,074 who were discharged, according to the rEpidemiological report from the Ministry of Health. ANDhe national accumulated number of recovered patients until this Friday amounts to 991,532.

Santa Cruz with 641 new infections, Cochabamba with 614 and La Paz with 618 are the departments with the highest incidence of the virus, which reflects that the emergency remains in the central axis of Bolivia. However, the health authorities do not lose sight of the other regions that also reported cases. positive: Chuquisaca 177, Tarija 94, Potosí 171, Oruro 155, Beni 67 and Pando 19.

The registry of recovered patients by department is as follows: 1,421 in Santa Cruz, 1,603 in Cochabamba, 87 in La Paz, 48 in Chuquisaca, 710 in Tarija, 129 in Potosí, 64 in Oruro, 0 in Beni and 12 in Pando.

The Ministry of Health and Sports in its vaccination report this Friday reported that during this day 20,829 doses were applied; To date, 14,792,980 doses have been used between the first, second, third, single dose and fourth dose to the different age groups of the Sputnik V, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Pfizer and Janssen vaccines throughout the national territory.

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