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SANTE-CORONAVIRUS-BOLIVIA: Coronavirus / Bolivia: Interim President tested positive

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LA PAZ (Reuters ) - Bolivian Interim President Jeanine Anez announced Thursday that she has tested positive for the new coronavirus.

The government has confirmed that at least seven of its ministers, including the Minister of Health, have tested positive, are receiving adequate care, or are recovering at home.

"I feel good, I feel strong, I will continue to work despite my isolation and I want to thank the Bolivians who work to help us during this crisis," said Jeanine Anez.

The presidential elections, for which Anez is a candidate, should be held on September 6 in Bolivia after having been postponed following the coronavirus pandemic.

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