Bolivian Senate President diagnosed with COVID-19
According to the Bolivian government data, as of July 11, local time, the country had a total of 45,565 cases of COVID-19 diagnosed, a total of 1,702 deaths, and a total of 13,918 cured cases.
△Bolivia Senate Chairman Eva· Copa
On the evening of July 10th local time, the President of the Bolivian Senate Eva Copa issued a statement through his personal social account, saying that he had a positive test for the new Pneumococcal pneumonia virus. Continue to work through the network. As Chairman of the Senate, Eva Copa is the highest-ranking official diagnosed in the country after Bolivia’s interim President Jenina Anez. It is reported that as of July 11, the country’s Senate had 10 members diagnosed with COVID-19. (Reporter Yan Shu from the Main Station)