Bolivia’s former President Evo Morales has announced that he will donate 100% of his former president’s income in efforts to combat coronavirus outbreak inside the country.

“In the framework of my proposal for public servants to contribute to the #Coronavirus crisis, I will donate 100% of my former president’s income for community [soup] kitchens in popular neighborhoods of humble families, as soon as the de facto government makes the payment viable,” Morales said Monday on Twitter, referring to the government led by Jeanine Anez.

Morales previously recommended that public officials who earn more than 7,000 Bolivian Bolivianos (nearly $1,020)

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