COLOMBIA: Country officially re-opens borders for tourism
The country's government has officially re-opened its borders for international tourism effective from today, 21 September; airports have also reopened. Foreign tourists from all nations will be able to visit Colombia if they have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result, obtained a maximum of 96 hours prior to departure. For any arrival that fulfills this testing requirement, no mandatory quarantine is required. All passengers need to fill out the online migration form, 'Check-Mig', between 24 hours and one hour before the flight. All arrivals will undergo health screening, and must wear a mask during their inbound flight, at all times within the airport terminal, and on any transportation to their final destination.