It's been one month since protests in Colombia kicked off as people took to the street to express their frustration with the status quo.
Simmering social and economic tensions have led to violent clashes. What now?
Will we get coronavirus jabs any time soon? Or just more hot air? A quick Q&A on the country’s plans to inoculate against COVID-19.
Although many are working from home, some people have been working throughout the emergency. We spoke to a bicycle messenger, a key worker on the frontlines of the COVID response.
After the founders of ArteSumapaz, an art centre just outside Bogotá invited anyone stranded to spend quarantine with them, 13 poets, painters, musicians and other creators spent lockdown together.
Many are working from home, others have no work to go to. Some people, though, are key workers for society in the COVID-19 crisis and have to continue turning up in person.
There’s always a mishmash of people in the centre of the city and that’s magnified with the quarantine that has now been extended to April 26.
As city's around the world shut down to stop the sread of the coronavirus, we talking to people in Chapinero about how quarantine is affecting them.
Over 965,000 foreigners call Colombia home, according to most recent census figures from Colombia’s statistics agency DANE....
Coronavirus could kill 3,000 in Colombia, say experts. We look at the latest COVID-19 stats.