Covid-19: Bolivia reports 141 new infections; receives vaccines from Mexico (September 12)

The Bolivian immunization plan uses the Chinese Sinopharm and Russian Sputnik V vaccines purchased by the national government and those donated to the country through the United Nations Covax mechanism, which includes Oxford-AstraZeneca, Pfizer, and Janssen.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivian health authorities reported 141 new infections and five deaths due to covid-19 on a day in which 150,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines donated by the Government of Mexico arrived.

The figures recorded on this day brought to 18,587 the number of deaths and 495,035 the number of positive cases accumulated since March 2020.

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According to the official report, the number of active cases currently stands at 30,381, and the accumulated . . .

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