By ZENIT Staff
The campaign for solidarity: “United for health and life. We are all Gran Vallegrande” takes place led by three Redemptorist priests, with the support of the Evangelical churches, the Medical College, and the press union, which aims to reach one million Bolivians and many others.
Due to the health crisis that Bolivia is going through and for the positive cases of Covid-19 that increase every day in the department of Santa Cruz, in order to guarantee the health and well-being of the province of Vallegrande, of the Valleys of Santa Cruz, and taking into account that the hospital is a point of reference for the entire province and the valleys, the decision to join forces was taken, with God’s blessing, to organize, launch and carry out a solidarity campaign in support of the health system.
“After listening to the local medical college about the needs that our hospital requires to fight this pandemic and what will come after it, this campaign is designed and focused on the goal of creating a Covid-19 test laboratory and an oxygen plant for the hospital”, explained the note sent to Fides.
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