People arriving in Colombia should still have to take the PCR test
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This will continue until the Ministry of Health issues a compliance decision to suspend this requirement.
After the government remained in its position not to demand PCR tests from travelers who entered the country and justice, after the challenges it agreed to, Colombia’s Director of Immigration, Juan Francisco Espinosa, indicated that the test would continue to be requested until the Ministry of Health issues a compliance decision to suspend this requirement.
Read more: They repealed the guardianship provision requiring PCR tests for international travelers.
In other words, the office headed by Fernando Ruiz will have to publish an administrative law that must explain how to comply with protocols and preventive measures against travelers arriving in the country, based on the recent ruling.
“The Cundinamarca Administrative Court annulled the guardianship ruling that established the mandatory nature of the PCR test to enter the national territory.” Espinosa told Radio Blue, “The materialization of this decision comes with a decision from the Ministry of Health that is being prepared.”
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For now, and while the Health Ministry said the decision, people who plan to travel to Colombia or already have a ticket have three options. First, do a PCR test 96 hours before the date of travel to the country and the result is negative. Second, entry, provided that compulsory isolation is observed for a period of 14 days. And third, to perform the test in compliance with quarantine with a negative result.