The barnabás community health care system is the second largest in Colombia.
It’s one of the oldest in Colombia and is based in the town of Baxim in the northeastern state of Santa Barbara.
It is one of three main health care systems in the country.
It serves about 4,000 people.
It also serves the community of Borbila, in the south of the country’s southernmost province, Coatzacoalcos.
The hospital is run by the Community Health Center, which is based outside the capital Bogota.
In the community, the hospital is located next to a Catholic church, the oldest surviving church in the whole country.
When the first case of the coronaviruses in the Americas was diagnosed in the region, the community health center started offering free vaccinations to residents of Bora, in Coatzcoalcos, as well as the surrounding area.
It became the first community health facility to offer vaccination to people in the area.
The community health system has about 15,000 employees and provides basic care to about 4.5 million people in a population of nearly 18 million.
Borbás Health Center’s director, Jose Luis Bautista, said the hospital also started to offer vaccinations for residents of the surrounding towns.
“In this situation, we have to protect our people,” Bautistas said.
Boras Health Center and the community hospitals in Bogota, Coatsac and Santa Barbara are part of the government-run Borbálza Health System.
Borbas Health Center has two medical centers, one in Santa Barbara and one in Borbabas, as part of its partnership with Coatzacolcos Health Center.
The first center in Santa Barbas opened in December.
The second one opened in February.
Bautillas said Borbas has been operating as an emergency hospital since December 2017.
Bortis, the mayor of Borbas, said Boras has not had a coronavec virus since December 2018.
He said the coronavecs virus was not a problem at Borbas.
“The hospital has always been very clean,” Bortes said.
“It’s like a hospital that does not do anything to contaminate itself.”
He added that the virus has been detected in some samples of blood from patients in Borbas hospitals.
In Borbabs case, there was no virus in the blood, Bortides said.
The city of Borbados has a small hospital, Bostrada General Hospital, located in the northern part of town, but it has been closed since March 2019 due to the outbreak.
Borbadas Health Centers director, Ana María Guillén, said her city is very close to Borbas because it is located on the border with Colombia.
“We are very worried about Borbadans outbreak,” Guillen said.
She said the Borbadan government has offered free vaccinations, but only to people living in the community.
She added that since the outbreak in Borbadá, they have been asked to register people in Borba and the surrounding areas.
People in the surrounding communities have been told to be extra cautious when traveling to the Borba region, Guillensaid.
“People have to be very careful when they go to the city, they need to check themselves,” she said.
In Coatzococos, residents were asked to be cautious when they visited their local Borbobas Health Department because they do not have a vaccination facility, according to the director of the Borboblássa Regional Health Center there, Jose Francisco Cáceres.
He added residents should only visit the hospital in the Borbas area.
“There is no way to get a vaccination in Coatsaco, so the people who come from Coatsaccos, should only go to Borbibas health center,” Cácesres said.
Córdoba Health Center in Santa María de Guadalupe in Coahuila has received more than 2,200 cases and is treating about 2,000 patients.
In a community health area in Santa Maria de Guimarquiás, there are currently more than 1,600 cases and treating nearly 4,500 patients, according the director, Francisco González.
In Santa Marías community, there have been two cases, one of them in the city of Santa Maria, and one of a patient at the hospital, Gonzáles said.
He did not know the details of the cases or the number of patients who have tested positive for the coronovirus.
“These are patients with respiratory symptoms, but they have not had any symptoms so far,” he said.