Bolivia confirmed its highest death toll from COVID-19 on Tuesday, a total of 92 deaths within 24 hours. This is from the latest data from the country’s health ministry.
The deaths caused by the disease in the country have risen to 3,320. Santa Cruz was the department with the highest number of deaths, totaling 35. Then it is La Paz at 21 and Cochabamba at 17, according to the Bolivian news agency ABI.
In addition, the Bolivian health authorities have reported 1,515 additional people infected, so that 83,361 people in the Andean country have already contracted the disease.
Most infections were found in Santa Cruz, where 463 new infections have occurred. Second and third places are La Paz and Cochabamba with 416 and 216 respectively.