RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian government has ruled out the possibility of re-entering a rigid quarantine if a second wave of COVID-19 infections occurs, in a bid to avoid damaging economic recovery.
Minister of Economy Marcelo Montenegro said earlier this month that the government is working on a series of strategies to face another potential outbreak of COVID-19, without measures that would harm economic recovery.
To stimulate economic recovery, the Bolivian government has implemented measures such as reactivating tourism and public investment, reopening social, cultural and sports events, etc.
"As President Luis Arce said, in December . . .