Evo Morales calls not to lower our guard against Covid-19 in Bolivia | News

The president of the Movement for Socialism – Political Instrument for the Sovereignty of the Peoples (MAS-IPSP) of Bolivia, Evo Morales, called on the population not to lower their guard in the face of the increase in infections by Covid-19 in the country.


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Through his account on the social network Twitter, the former president expressed that he shares the concern of Bolivian families about the increase in coronavirus infections. “This is a global problem that affects the economy,” he said.

“Traditional medicine is a complement to conventional medicine. Unlike other countries, Bolivia has ancestral knowledge of natural medicine and our people go to get vaccinated and at the same time use medicinal plants. This is how we take care of each other,” Morales stressed.

Previously, the former Bolivian president published a message in which he reiterated the call to organizations, leaders and families to “overcome this pandemic together with solidarity, tolerance and generosity. Without lowering our guard we must complete the vaccination.”

According to the Bolivian Ministry of Health and Sports, on Thursday the nation registered the highest number of positive cases for the virus with 14,160 new infections, with the department of Santa Cruz being the most affected with 4,137 cases.

To date, more than 10 million doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have been administered in Bolivia.