• Apr 24, 2020
  • by Mariana Soria Galvarro


Updated to April 14, 2020

Through the Supreme Decree (D.S) 4200 the Bolivian Government ordered the extension of the quarantine until the first fortnight of April, however, given the alarming increase in cases by COVID-19 in the country, since the D.S 4214, it was decreed to extend the quarantine until on April 30 of 2020, after considering the improvement in the situation in Bolivia against this virus.

Of course, this expansion has severe consequences for the country, for this reason, new economic measures were implemented as a support mechanism for Bolivian families, Micro, Small and Medium-sized companies. The novelties are the following:

On the other hand, the Central Government has regulated labor relations or the provision of services that are developed in the public and private sectors for as long as the quarantine persists. Thus, Teleworking takes place in this Health Emergency as a service provision modality, which consists of carrying out remunerated activities, using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the framework of a contract or relationship of work.

The regulation is as follows:

April 18, 2020

Mariana Soria Galvarro

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