This Wednesday, the first of five flights with ventilators, 100,000 diagnostic tests and a supply of highly specialized drugs donated by Spain for the treatment of critical patients and in the intensive care unit due to Covid-19 will arrive in Bolivia.
The arrival was confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which reported, according to a press release, about the agreement between the government of Bolivia and the government of the Kingdom of Spain through their Ministry of Health and the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECID).
“Tomorrow, June 30th, the first of 5 flights with ventilators, 100,000 diagnostic tests and a supply of highly specialized drugs for the treatment of critical patients and intensive therapy for Covid-19 will arrive in the country.” Reads.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that the delivery of supplies to the country was managed by the Vice Ministry of Foreign Trade and Integration together with the Spanish diplomatic missions in Bolivia and Bolivia in Spain.
This support from the country, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “shows the government’s commitment to the health of all Bolivians.”