Colombia to ban entry for those not vaccinated against COVID-19: President
Colombia's authorities will require all adults entering the country to have a vaccination passport confirming full coronavirus vaccination from December 14 onwards, President Ivan Duque said.
"Based on a recommendation of the Colombian Health Ministry's advisory committee, effective December 14, all international travelers aged 18 and over entering Colombia must present a COVID-19 vaccination card or a full scheme certificate," Duque wrote on Twitter.
Beginning December 14, Colombian adults must have a vaccination card with them to enter any entertainment facilities, museums, bars, and restaurants. From December 28, it will become mandatory for residents over 12 years old.
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