Viva Air Labs announces finalists for its aviation industry competition

Viva Air, looking to accelerate ideas that will reignite the aviation industry, has announced the 10 finalists...

Coronavirus in Colombia: May 7 update

Key points on coronavirus in Colombia: 407 deaths and 9,456 cases, quarantine extended until May 25, crisis in the Amazonas and peak could be July or August

7 Reasons To Watch Your Favorite Song Artist Perform On Instagram

Song artists are local while others are global, but what matters most is that they make music...

Colombia extends quarantine until May 25, but relaxes rules

With less than a week to go until May 11 when the current quarantine is set to end, Colombian President Iván Duque announced that the obligatory lockdown will again be extended until May 25.

Former coffee plantation becomes coronavirus refuge for international artists

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.

Use Google Street View to quench your Colombian travel thirst

With planes grounded and intercity buses still banned, this weekend we’re exploring the best of Colombia on our computers.

Coronavirus in Colombia: May 1 update

Our regular roundup of COVID-19 cases in Colombia.

Bogotá quarantine: Engativá stories

In Engativá, busier streets and roadways indicate people are itching for things to go back to normal.

Tips on How to Buy A Humidifier

Photo: Flickr Due to the rapid climate change, the need to have enough air moisture inside your home...

Bogotá allows exercise during quarantine… For now

This morning bogotanos were allowed to walk, jog, or run between 6am and 10am.

A look into Colombia’s e-commerce industry in the time of COVID-19

Over the past 20 years, the Andrean nation of Colombia has seen its population rise steadily from...

What’s been the impact of Bogotá’s pico y género?

The capital’s controversial pico y género policy has been in effect for well over a week now, though not without vocal opposition from trans rights organisations with concerns over discrimination and violence.

Startup Weekend arrives in Colombia this week

Startup Weekend from Techstars, which has worked for over twelve years to empower entrepreneurial leaders, has created a special edition to address...

The Bogotá Post presents its 2020 LatAm HealthTech Leaders

Since Latin America’s first confirmed case of COVID-19 appeared in Brazil on February 26, the official number...

Colombia lockdown to continue until May 11

President Duque announces that construction and manufacturing sectors will be able to return to work after April 27.

Key medical worker says, ‘We are far from flattening the curve’

Coronavirus doesn’t only affect medical staff who work directly with patients affected by the illness. The knock-on effect to other areas of healthcare has also been profound, as we found out when we spoke to an epidemiologist.