Colombia to end mask mandate in closed spaces from May 1

According to Duque, as of May 1, masks in enclosed spaces will be withdrawn "except for health services, geriatric homes, transportation, and enclosed spaces within educational facilities".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The mandatory use of masks in closed spaces has its days numbered in Colombia, as announced by the President of Colombia, Iván Duque, on April 25.

According to Duque, as of May 1, masks in enclosed spaces will be withdrawn "except for health . . .

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