Colombia Plans for Reopening Post-COVID-19

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Colombia shares its plans for reopening after the COVID-19 lockdown. The country is currently still under lockdown, as specialists say that the pandemic is currently reaching its peak. But, the government is hopeful it will be able to reopen in the coming months.

Restrictions will start to ease through August, including the reopening of some airports for domestic flights and some hotels. The government has issued Sept. 1, the official date to reopen the country, which will include the partial re-opening of international flights. And, by Nov. 1 all international flights are expected to be back up and running. At this time, the county is hoping to be completely open and safe for travel.

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