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Head Of Bolivian Football Dies After Contracting Coronavirus

Cesar Salinas had been admitted to a private clinic in La Paz this month for treatment after contracting the coronavirus

Head Of Bolivian Football Dies After Contracting Coronavirus
Cesar Salinas | AP Photo
Head Of Bolivian Football Dies After Contracting Coronavirus
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2020-07-20T17:30:54+05:30

Cesar Salinas, the president of the Bolivian football federation, has died from complications linked to COVID-19. He was 58.

Coronavirus Outbreak Coverage | Football News

The federation announced the death on its social media channels on Sunday.

Salinas had been admitted to a private clinic in La Paz this month for treatment after contracting the coronavirus.

Salinas, the former chairman Bolivian club The Strongest, became president of the national federation in 2018. That role gave him a seat on the executive committee of South American soccer body CONMEBOL.

(AP)

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