As the number of coronavirus cases in Bogotá climbs towards its peak, more and more people are interested in getting tested. We find out how it works.
As coronavirus continues to grow in the capital, mayor Claudia López has announced stricter rules as of Monday.
Series of Facebook Live conversations offer a chance to understand the work involved in historical memory.
In Colombia, coronavirus conspiracy theories are growing online. Is there an antidote?
Justice for George Floyd, Justice for Anderson Arboleda: Black Lives Matter in Colombia
There’s a clear discrepancy between what is officially allowed and what is actually happening in Bogotá at the moment.
Countries around the world are grappling with the technological and privacy issues generated by coronavirus tracking applications – and Colombia's CoronApp is unlikely to win any prizes.
Millions of Colombians are struggling to put food on the table and keep roofs over their heads. Government aid initiatives are reaching some – but not all – of those in need.
Critics say the government’s response to early warnings about the spread of COVID-19 in Colombian prisons was too little, too late.
Bogotá mayor Claudia López confirms the capital will not lift its isolation measures at the end of this month.