RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia’s Bogota will impose strict two-week quarantines on six more neighborhoods starting next week, Mayor Claudia Lopez said on Tuesday, January 12th, as the city moves to control a second wave of coronavirus.
The districts of Bosa, Ciudad Bolivar, Puente Aranda, Rafael Uribe, San Cristobal, and Usme will enter quarantine from January 18th until January 28th, Lopez said in a press conference.
A city-wide quarantine ended at 4 a.m. on Tuesday, with nightly curfews planned to run until the end of this week. However, all of Bogota will go into a strict . . .