RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia reported a drop in the number of high-risk cities as fewer new COVID-19 cases were reported in the past weeks, the Health Ministry said on Friday, February 19th.
The pandemic is going through a "widespread de-escalation" amid the second wave of infections, Maria Renee Castro, deputy minister of promotion, epidemiological surveillance and traditional medicine, told a press agency.
"The de-escalation of the second wave of infections means that the number of cases are going down. If people fully comply with preventive measures during the Carnival holiday (February 12th-16th), we will . . .