Mayor of Bogotá decrees a three-day quarantine starting Saturday

Bogotá mayor Claudia Lopez decided this Tuesday that the city will have a three-day quarantine between Saturday and next Monday to mitigate the spread of Covid-19, where the Colombian capital is the main focus.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "On Saturday, Sunday and Monday we are all going to stay at home, we will be in general quarantine throughout Bogotá, will be enabled strictly essential supply activities, health, obviously vaccination will be every day because vaccination is part of taking care of us," said Lopez.

In Bogotá, both positive cases and the occupation of Intensive Care Units (ICU) have increased in recent weeks, and to date, the city has accumulated 694,715 infections and 14,506 deaths.

Lopez explained that this measure and others such as the "pico y cédula", in which people's . . .

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