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Bolivia concerned
rather than alarmed


Bolivia Update as of Friday, April 03, 2020



Protecting against coronavirus

Travellers should take the basic precautions as described in our general Health Information leaflet to protect themselves:

  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Maintain social distancing
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
  • Practice respiratory hygiene
  • If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early
  • Stay informed and follow advice given by your healthcare provider

More info: Basic Protective Measures against the New Coronavirus (COVID-19) here

CORONAVIRUS in Bolivia — Here's What You Need To Know

There are 139 confirmed cases in Bolivia.

The government said it would intensify prevention campaigns in high-risk areas.

As of April 03, the Bolivian Ministry of Health has confirmed one hundred and thirty-nine cases of COVID-19.

As the number of active cases rises and further international spread of the virus is to be expected over the near term, Bolivian president Jeanine Añez has declared a national emergency.

This includies a nationwide, 3-Week TOTAL LOCKDOWN effective from March 25 until April 15, to help handle the growing outbreak of coronavirus.

The government has assured there is not going to be a shortage of food or goods. Those working in the production and supply of food and other essentials are allowed to continue going to work, in order to ensure there is a continuous supply of food and essential items for all.

National borders have been shut down and all flights have been suspended until further notice due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus.


Measures adopted by local authorities evolve quickly, and are usually effective immediately.

Depending on the evolution of the outbreak in other countries, Bolivian authorities are likely to modify, at very short notice, the list of countries whose travelers are subject to border control measures or entry restrictions upon their arrival.

It is advised to postpone non-essential travel due to the risk that travelers may be refused entry or be subject to quarantine upon their arrival or during their stay.

FTB will continue to operate with a minimum of employees to ensure the continuity of services and safety of the clients who will need to stay in lockdown.


The views and opinions expressed in this publication are those of FTB and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any agency of the Bolivian government, including Health authorities and/or the Department of Civil Protection (Dirección de Defensa Civil).


Covid-19 : FTB is by your side

FTB's priority is to ensure the health and safety of its customers and staff in our area of operations. Since the emergence of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), we have been constantly assessing the situation in collaboration with national health authorities.

Therefore, in step with the rest of the country, and in solidarity with the most recent decree by the Bolivian Government, our offices will remain closed until April 15. We will continue to operate with a minimum of employees to ensure the continuity of services and safety of the clients who will need to stay in lockdown. Our facilities will remain closed until April 15.

The good news is that FTB’s technological capability enables everyone on our team to work seamlessly from remote locations.

Our office staff, Reservations and Marketing teams can be contacted within normal working hours during this period. We will be available to you as always. Your e-mails and phone calls will be answered as per usual (well, maybe not as quickly), and your FTB professionals will be working to meet all your needs and produce your deliverables in all the ways you have come to expect from us.

For now, our plan is to maintain remote work arrangements until Wednesday, April 15. We will be monitoring the situation closely to determine if these arrangements need to be extended.

This extraordinary step is necessary to preserve the health of our team and help curtail the spread of the virus, while upholding our commitment to you, our clients.

Thank you for your understanding and support during this challenging time. The world will overcome the current pandemic and we will once again be able to explore its beauty, hand in hand. We are thinking of you all and look forward to sharing our beloved Bolivia with you once again in the near future.

The FTB Team


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