Jul 05, 2020
Breaking News : Another minister tests positive for COVID-19 in Bolivia, the second this week
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La Paz, Jul 4 . .- The acting Minister of Mining and Metallurgy of Bolivia, Jorge Fernando Oropeza, gave positive to COVID-19 and is the second authority of the transitional Executive whose contagion is confirmed this week.
The transitional president of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez, confirmed the positive result of the acting minister Oropeza through her Twitter account and wished her a speedy recovery.
“My solidarity and all my best wishes to Jorge Fernando Oropeza, our Minister of Mining and Metallurgy, who unfortunately tested positive for COVID-19. We look forward to his speedy recovery. Jorge Force, I have you in my prayers,” wrote Áñez on that social network. .
Oropeza’s result is in addition to the confirmation of the acting Minister of the Presidency, Yerko Núñez, who on Thursday received a positive test result.
Núñez indicated that he is stable and that he will continue to work from his isolation, in addition to maintaining that biosafety measures are being taken in the ministerial cabinet to avoid contagions.
This past Friday, the interim government minister (Interior), Arturo Murillo, said at an event in the Bolivian city of El Alto that at least “seven ministers have fallen with COVID-19”, without giving more details.
Áñez for security works from the presidential residence in La Paz and surrounded by few people to avoid possible infections, going to the Government Palace only the essentials.
Last March, the transitional Minister of Education, Sports and Culture, Víctor Hugo Cárdenas, was held preventively for fourteen days as he was close to a confirmed case, while in May the interim defense minister, Luis Fernando López, was placed in isolation after the confirmation of his wife’s positive test.
In the same way, the temporary Minister of the Environment, María Elva Pinckert, also entered quarantine in May on suspicion of being infected with coronavirus, having contact with a confirmed case.
Bolivia reports 1,320 deaths and 36,818 confirmed cases of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, according to information from the Ministry of Health.
This week the country registered record numbers of daily infections exceeding a thousand, while hospitals in various regions of the country are collapsing due to lack of supplies, equipment and human resources.
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