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Bogotá on Red Alert: Citywide curfew

As cases continue to rise, mayor warns that the new strain may have arrived in the capital.

Bogotá reintroduces strict quarantine measures

New Bogotá quarantine measures in place: Suba, Engativá and Usaquén will return to strict lockdown at midnight.

Why Bogotá and Cartagena Will Lead the Way for Post-Pandemic Investment...

Colombia offers an array of diverse investment possibilities across different regions and sectors that the global business community is increasingly waking up to, yet as the economy reactivates following the global pandemic and investors show increasing interest in the country, some of the biggest opportunities will still be found in two of the country’s most well-known cities

Further coronavirus restrictions for Bogotá over Christmas

Confusion reigns as a last-minute announcement over additional holiday restrictions hits Bogotá.

Coming Together in Times of Crisis: Aid Relief to Victims of...

Over the past weeks, a host of Colombian and foreign companies with ties to Colombia came together to deliver on-the-ground aid to people affected by Hurricane Iota on the islands of San Andres and Providencia off the Nicaraguan coast.

COVID Christmas restrictions in Colombia

If you’re planning your New Year and Christmas celebrations, here are the rules you need to know about.

Drink up: Alcohol sales forbidden after 10pm

Colombia enforces controls on alcohol sales as intensive care occupation rises.

From feminine resilience to feminine leadership

Survivors of sexual violence raise their voices and work together for justice.

Providencia and San Andrés hard hit by Hurricane Iota

Thousands of families without homes or water as category five hurricane devastates Colombia’s Caribbean coast.

Livability in Colombia: Is this a city for cars or people?

Bogotá is dominated by motorised transport – but is that a good thing?