Colombia’s Capital Bogota to Impose Quarantine on Six More Neighborhoods

The districts of Bosa, Ciudad Bolivar, Puente Aranda, Rafael Uribe, San Cristobal, and Usme will enter quarantine from January 18th until January 28th, Lopez said in a press conference.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia’s Bogota will impose strict two-week quarantines on six more neighborhoods starting next week, Mayor Claudia Lopez said on Tuesday, January 12th, as the city moves to control a second wave of coronavirus.

The districts of Bosa, Ciudad Bolivar, Puente Aranda, Rafael Uribe, San Cristobal, and Usme will enter quarantine from January 18th until January 28th, Lopez said in a press conference.

A city-wide quarantine ended at 4 a.m. on Tuesday, with nightly curfews planned to run until the end of this week. However, all of Bogota will go into a strict . . .

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