Colombia lifts restrictions as COVID-19 cases stabilise
Colombia lifts months-long travel ban and allows restaurants to reopen as it eases one of Latin America’s longest coronavirus lockdowns.
Colombia has lifted its five-month coronavirus lockdown as COVID-19 cases have begun to stabilise across the country.
Many sectors are now open for business, as the government wants to fix a struggling economy.
Al Jazeera’s Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bogota.
Published On 2 Sep 2020