Bolivia Enlists Support of Military, Police to Fight Rising COVID-19 Cases

After holding meetings with police and military leaders, Pozo said that the actions are meant to help the country fight a surge in COVID-19 cases.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian government said Sunday, January 3rd, that it will enlist the support of the armed forces, the police, and local governments to carry out an operation against surging COVID-19 cases.

Bolivian Minister of Health and Sports Edgar Pozo Valdivia said at a press conference in the city of La Paz that inter-institutional coordination will be developed with the heads of the armed forces and the police.

After holding meetings with police . . .

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