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Bolivia’s current health emergency is the country’s highest, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
A recent report from the UN agency put the death toll at more than 17,000, with a further 13,000 missing, according the Associated Press.
But the WHO says it has been able to provide some answers, including that people should get screened regularly, and that the health system needs a more robust and comprehensive approach to monitoring and treating the virus.
The WHO says more than half of the population has been infected, with 2.7 million of them suffering from the coronavirus.
The rest of the country is still suffering from it, with nearly 2.3 million people having recovered.
It’s the third-highest number of cases per capita in the world, according with the UN.
Bolivian health authorities say there are a number of key steps they need to take to improve the countrys health situation: 1) increase health screenings, which have been inadequate.
This is a major problem for the population, since only about half of people who tested positive have had to be referred for medical treatment.
2) increase public awareness about the virus and how to treat it, particularly through social media and other media.
The UN agency also recommends more robust measures to control the spread of the virus, such as the use of a vaccine, better vaccination rates and the creation of an emergency number for people to call if they are infected.
3) increase awareness about how the disease is spread and to be prepared for any outbreak.
While the WHO estimates that about 3.3% of Bolivians are infected with the virus each year, the actual number of deaths is closer to 20%.
It says there are many factors that contribute to this, including the lack of adequate health services, the spread and spread of new viruses and the spread from people to people.
4) develop a stronger public health strategy, particularly by making sure people know what the disease can do, and how it spreads.
This can include increasing awareness about coronaviruses and the importance of being well-informed about the symptoms of the disease, the WHO said.
5) ensure that healthcare workers and healthcare facilities are properly equipped to deal with the infection.
Bolivia has one of the highest rates of healthcare workers who have no basic healthcare training and the country has only one primary health centre, the Bolivar Centre for Primary Health, the country s largest.
The country s healthcare system needs to be upgraded, including a more modern, modernised and equipped healthcare system, as well as more efficient and reliable vaccination programmes, the report says.
The report says the government should create a national vaccine bank, and strengthen its own immunisation programme, and also develop a system for monitoring the effectiveness of all health systems.
But there are no concrete steps being taken to improve Bolivia s health system, the UN said.
It said Bolivas healthcare system was failing, with poor public awareness of the pandemic, inadequate resources and insufficient resources to provide for the most vulnerable.
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