Corona savages in this country .. Police collect bodies from streets and homes

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They have withdrawn more than 400 bodies across the country in the past five days

The Bolivian Police Anti-Crime Force has announced that its agents have pulled more than 400 bodies from the streets and homes across the country in the past five days, of whom 85% have died from the emerging Corona virus.

Between 15 and 20 July, the police withdrew about 191 bodies in Cochabamba, in the center of the country, 141 in La Paz, and 68 in Santa Cruz, the eastern region.

Santa Cruz has recorded nearly half of the cases of the Crohna virus in the country of more than 62,000, according to the national director of the police force, Evan Rojas.

Eleven bodies were also removed in Potosi, in the southwest of the country, and nine in Shuyuisaka in the southeast. Rojas pointed out that 85% of the bodies belonged to people who had died of Covid-19, or had symptoms of the disease.

According to Sky News, according to the National Epidemiological Office, The spread of Covid-19 is accelerating in La Paz and Cochabamba.

A similar situation occurred in Ecuador, Bolivia, in the spring, when authorities were forced to collect bodies from streets and homes in Guayaquil, the coastal city in the west of the country, as the epidemic accelerated.

Bolivia, which is 11 million people, has officially registered more than 2,200 deaths since the epidemic began.

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The Bolivian Police Anti-Crime Force has announced that its agents have pulled more than 400 bodies from the streets and homes across the country in the past five days, of whom 85% have died from the emerging Corona virus.

Between 15 and 20 July, the police withdrew about 191 bodies in Cochabamba, in the center of the country, 141 in La Paz, and 68 in Santa Cruz, the eastern region.

Santa Cruz has recorded nearly half of the cases of the Crohna virus in the country of more than 62,000, according to the national director of the police force, Evan Rojas.

Eleven bodies were also removed in Potosi, in the southwest of the country, and nine in Shuyuisaka in the southeast. Rojas pointed out that 85% of the bodies belonged to people who had died of Covid-19, or had symptoms of the disease.

According to Sky News, according to the National Epidemiological Office, The spread of Covid-19 is accelerating in La Paz and Cochabamba.

A similar situation occurred in Ecuador, Bolivia, in the spring, when authorities were forced to collect bodies from streets and homes in Guayaquil, the coastal city in the west of the country, as the epidemic accelerated.

Bolivia, which is 11 million people, has officially registered more than 2,200 deaths since the epidemic began.

July 22, 2020 – 1 Dhul Hijjah 1441

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They have withdrawn more than 400 bodies across the country in the past five days

The Bolivian Police Anti-Crime Force has announced that its agents have pulled more than 400 bodies from the streets and homes across the country in the past five days, of whom 85% have died from the emerging Corona virus.

Between 15 and 20 July, the police withdrew about 191 bodies in Cochabamba, in the center of the country, 141 in La Paz, and 68 in Santa Cruz, the eastern region.

Santa Cruz has recorded nearly half of the cases of the Crohna virus in the country of more than 62,000, said National Director of the Police Force Evan Rojas.

Eleven bodies were also removed in Potosi, in the southwest of the country, and nine in Shuyuisaka in the southeast. Rojas pointed out that 85% of the bodies belonged to people who had died of Covid-19, or had symptoms of the disease.

According to Sky News, according to the National Epidemiological Office, The spread of Covid-19 is accelerating in La Paz and Cochabamba.

A similar situation occurred in Ecuador in Bolivia in the spring, when authorities were forced to collect bodies from the streets and homes in Guayaquil, the coastal city in the west of the country, as the epidemic accelerated.

Bolivia, which is 11 million people, has officially registered more than 2,200 deaths since the epidemic began.





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