Bolivia had 39,297 confirmed COVID-19 cases, or 3,572 cases per million residents, and 1,434 confirmed deaths on July 5th. Bolivia’s net and per million caseload is much lower than neighboring Peru or Brazil, but it is increasing at alarming rates and close to exceeding hospital capacity. The national government quickly implemented strict policies to contain the virus: the first cases were confirmed on March 10th and a strict national quarantine began on March 22nd. The country moved to a flexible quarantine on June 1st, which maintains country-wide bans on travel and gatherings, school closures, and mandatory mask-wearing, while delegating stay at home orders, public transportation and workplace restrictions to regional and city governments. Cases quadrupled between June 1st and July 1st as regions experimented with restrictions. Some regions of the country have loosened their quarantine rules while others remain under strict confinement.