Bolivia under lockdown

29 Apr, 2020 | Patricio Crooker

Social issues, The Arts and Going Out

As Bolivia approaches the end of its quarantine, cases of COVID-19 in the country and the world are still growing. Government officials will be reassessing the situation to decide if the strict measures in place are to be extended. At the moment, Bolivians are confined at home and can leave once a week (depending on the last digit on their personal ID). The use of cars is not allowed (except to transport food or with special authorisation) and the use of face masks outside is mandatory in La Paz. As the crisis continues and evolves, Bolivians are adapting to a difficult situation and to rules which are constantly changing.

Text by BX Team

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