President Iván Duque extended until October 31 the so-called “selective isolation”

President Iván Duque extended until October 31 the so-called “selective isolation”

Although Colombia already reached its peak and is on the descent, this a very critical stage in order to avoid regrowth. For this reason, the concept of selective isolation “will be applied to specif cities and regions areas depending on the specific circumstances”.

The government is also asking those who can work from home to do so.

Road trips continue being allowed, as long as nobody commuting has COVID-19 or its symptoms. International passenger flights that began since September 21 will gradually open routes to authorized countries for these travels to United States, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Guatemala. However, passenger operations at El Dorado are being kept at 15% of its occupation level so far.

Asocolflores postpones Proflora XVI

Meeting with Juan Carlos Pinzón, new ambassador in Washington

Colombian flowers bid farewell to “La Bachué” on its way to an exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London

With the slogan “Health First, Business Next” Asocolflores affiliates have invested approximately US$1 million to accelerate the Covid-19 vaccination process for their workers

Augusto Solano, President of Asocolflores, was awarded the 2021 Leland T. Kintzele (LTK) Distinguished Service Award

Tokyo dresses up in Flowers of Colombia

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