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Colombia will require a vaccination certificate from travelers


The president of Colombia, Iván Duque, announced that from December 14, all persons entering the country must present a certificate of vaccination against the coronavirus.

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(CNN in Spanish) -

As of December 14, all international travelers visiting Colombia must present proof that they are vaccinated against covid-19, as announced by President Iván Duque on his Twitter account.

The measure indicates that the card or certificate must be presented that shows that the person has the complete vaccine scheme.

The ad applies to people over 18 years of age.

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President Duque did not provide further details, but indicated that the decision was made on the recommendation of the advisory committee of the Ministry of Health.

Under the recommendation of the @MinSaludCol advisory committee, since December 14, all international travelers 18 years of age and older who enter Colombia must present a COVID-19 vaccination card or certificate with a complete schedule.

We protect visitors and preserve 73% of vaccination.


- Iván Duque 🇨🇴 (@IvanDuque) December 6, 2021

According to the National Institute of Health, Colombia registered 1,698 new cases of coronavirus and 41 deaths this Monday.

Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 5,082,762 infections and 128,821 deaths.


Source: cnnespanol

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