Colombia’s Ministry of Health announced on the 12th local time that there were 14,179 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 331 deaths nationwide.
So far, there have been a total of 1816,082 confirmed cases and 46,782 deaths.
The city government of Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, announced that public schools will open on the 25th of this month as planned, but in view of the current severe epidemic, the school continues to adopt the remote teaching mode.
In addition, the Bogotá municipal government also announced on the same day that in order to effectively respond to the current second wave of the epidemic and balance the needs of economic and social development, it will continue to implement the strict quarantine policy of the whole city this weekend, and implement the strict quarantine policy of strict isolation according to urban areas on weekdays on weekdays.
From now on, the city of Bogoda will impose a curfew, and people’s travel is still restricted by odd and even rotational travel according to the end of the ID card number.