Coronavirus could kill 3,000 in Colombia, say experts. We look at the latest COVID-19 stats.
As Bogotá shuts down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many who were already living day to day are struggling to find food or put a roof over their heads. How can you help?
As numbers go up, we bring you the latest coronavirus data and look at how COVID-19 is affecting Colombia, and what might happen in the future.
What caused so many world leaders to stick their heads in the sand and act as though the novel coronavirus was not going to spread?
As residents of Colombia get used to their national quarantine, the country now has 491 coronavirus cases and six deaths. We bring the latest stats.
Colombia now has 306 coronavirus cases. We bring the latest stats and analysis.
As countries around the world struggle to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many tourists are stranded and unable to get home.
Citizens must stay at home until April 13 unless they have a good reason -- like needing food or medicine -- to be out.
Civil organisations are calling on armed gangs to “stop military action” during the coronavirus pandemic.
Get off the couch and take advantage of the best free or free trial workout offerings on the web.
Colombia announces its first coronavirus deaths. Total cases in the country are 231
We continue to focus on virtual Colombia with more ways to stay entertained during the quarantine.
So what is like out on the streets of Bogotá? Well, with two energetic huskies in the house, there’s a pressing need for me to be out of the house and making use of those 20 minute walking slots.
President Duque announces that Colombia will go into a total shutdown from midnight on Tuesday, March 24.
145 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Colombia so far, with no confirmed deaths. This tally puts us in 55th place worldwide.
As the capital enters four days of quarantine, we’ll be bringing you a few Colombia-related ideas of things to do each day.