Claudia López, mayor of Bogotá, confirmed that the capital will again have a strict quarantine this weekend and it will be for two days. It will begin on January 15 at 8:00 pm and will end at 4:00 am on Monday the 18th. In addition to this, the Mayor’s Office of Bogotá affirmed that 6 new towns will go into isolation on Monday the 18th.
Bosa, Ciudad Bolívar, Puente Aranda, Rafael Uribe, San Cristóbal and Usme are the new towns that will be in quarantine from Monday 18 to 28 January.
Remember that the general exceptions are maintained and includes the peak and cedula throughout the city, which starts until January 31. Thus, only health officials, public service officials, one person per family nucleus can leave to buy food, medical appointments, notaries, among other essential services.
In addition, the night-time city-wide curfew will be lifted on January 16 at 11:59 p.m. It is from 8:00 pm until 5:00 am the next day.
It was thus divided by localities:
Go up, Engativá and Usaquén: They are already close to ending their isolation and, initially, they would be “free” on Monday, January 18.
TeusaquilloIn principle, it was until January 21, but the Bogotá Mayor’s Office confirmed that it will go until 11:59 pm on January 17, like Suba, Engativá and Usaquén.
Kennedy y Fontibón: It has been in quarantine since January 7 and will end on the 21 of this month. On the 22nd they would already be ‘free’.
Bosa, Ciudad Bolívar, Puente Aranda, Rafael Uribe, San Cristóbal and Usme: These 6 locations will enter quarantine on Monday, January 18 and will go until the 28th of this month.
The other locations, so far, do not have a strict quarantine scheduled. However, it is not ruled out either.