RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia will keep its land and river borders closed until March 1 as it tries to curb the spread of coronavirus, its migration agency said on Friday, following a decision to extend a so-called selective quarantine through February.
International air travel, which resumed in September, will not be affected by the decision to close the mentioned borders, agency director Juan Francisco Espinosa said in a video message.
“We know this is a sacrifice for everyone but right now we need to keep taking care of ourselves,” Espinosa said.
The Andean country, which closed its borders . . .