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After decreeing a 19-day curfew to combat the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Colombian government dispelled the confusion by confirming that foreign trade activities through ports, airports and border crossings can continue to operate without interruption. Likewise, transport, storage and logistics for the import and export of goods and necessary domestic transport by …

We are all following the news of COVID-19 (better known as Coronavirus). Given the number of official communications from the mayor’s office and the national government, it is important to clarify which measures are mandatory and which are suggestions. Mandatory measures Individual care: The national government has restricted entry into the country for non-nationals and …

Today, the Colombian Ministers of Health and Social Protection and Commerce, Industry and Tourism (MinCIT) ordered the closure of all places of public gathering such as nightclubs, casinos, malls family recreation, amusement parks and meeting places, at least until April 15. Hotels are allowed to stay open and serve customers. “Leisure and amusement establishments, such …

The warning label, which was presented by Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez last week, took a year and a half to develop, during which stakeholders analyzed graphical patterns and nutritional thresholds from around the world. and other Latin American countries. “The front warning seals will be black, circular in shape and will display a warning …