Date updated: May 24, 2022
Find out the response of Colombia to the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s most recent evolution.
Vaccination in Colombia
- The vaccination process against the coronavirus in Colombia reaches a total of 89,267,738 doses applied. Of that number, 42,136,168 people received one dose, while 35,534,430 already have both doses.
If you would like to have a PCR test on the main airports of the country, check HERE.
Measures and restrictions against COVID-19 in Colombia
- The use of face masks is no longer mandatory in open spaces and later in closed spaces, this, for municipalities that have completed 70% of complete vaccination schedules and 40% of booster doses. Its use will continue to be mandatory in health centers (hospitals, clinics, laboratories, among others), in nursing homes and on public transport. As of May 15, the use of masks will no longer be required in schools.
- The vaccination card will no longer be mandatory to enter massive and closed events, restaurants, bars, museums, cinemas, sporting events, among others.
- Travelers may enter with a negative PCR or antigen test, without the need to have the complete vaccination schedule. The test will have to be carried out in the 72 hours prior to arrival in Colombia –48 hours if it is an antigen test–. In addition, the option of presenting the complete vaccination schedule will be maintained, without requiring additional proof.