The Bolivian government is currently reviewing whether or not to extend the quarantine to end the five-day coronavirus pandemic. You are approximately a thousand.
“It is clear that we have to open the economy, because if we do not die of coronavirus, we will die, if we do not die of coronavirus, we will starve, and businesses will collapse,” said government minister Arturo Murillo.
Quarantine has been in Bolivia for more than a month and, like in all countries, has paralyzed most of its productive activities and services.
However, the mayors of La Paz and Santa Cruz, Luis Revilla and Angélica Sosa, have asked the government of Bolivia’s interim president, Jeanine Áñez, to extend the restrictions going beyond April 30.