Colombia continues to get over the second wave of contagions of COVID 19 waiting for the vaccination plan to begin in February.
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- On Wednesday February 3rd, 2021
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Colombia continues to get over the second wave of contagions of COVID 19 waiting for the vaccination plan to begin in February. January was marked by strict measures and mobility restrictions, especially in Bogota, Medellin and Cali, these measures have allowed a reduction in contagions.
One of the measures that was applied to the main cities has been “Pico y Cedula”, with this measure the country is looking to avoid crowds in commercial establishment, financial entities, markets, and notaries, among others. Another measure that is used and is still applying is the night curfew on weekends. However, in Bogotá 9 UPZ (neighborhood group) municipalities of Suba, Engativá, Kennedy, Usaquén and Fontibón, will be on estrict quarantine until February 12th.
Despite the evolution of the pandemic, airlines have put faith to the reactivation and has announced more flights since January, especially in domestic flights. Avianca, most important airline in the country, confirmed that has 35 national routes available, with 733 weekly flights and more than 100,000 seats in the market.
On the other hand, Latam has announced 11 routes in Colombia, Brasil, Chile and Perú, which means a 40% more than last year. These new routes add 770 national and International flights, connecting 112 destinations in 16 countries.