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  1. #815
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    To be clear, this will not work. The test itself has to be done within 96 hours of your departure. And then you also have to get the results back in order to have them with you.
    The rapid tests you can have back in 15 mins. Perhaps not as accurate but that would make the most sense if it meets their criteria.

  2. #814
    Quote Originally Posted by FunLuvr  [View Original Post]
    The test results can be no more than 96 hours before departure. Take the test a week before departure and the results should come back within the required timeframe. Just make sure the lab takes at least three days to give you the results. Or, you could do the test six days before departure.
    To be clear, this will not work. The test itself has to be done within 96 hours of your departure. And then you also have to get the results back in order to have them with you.

  3. #813

    Medellin Guru Post

    I've been reading through the comments in the article referenced below. They are quite interesting. There are the obvious conclusions that indeed travel is opening up and that a negative PCR covid test, taken not greater than 96 hours before the flight, will be required. But there are still many questions:

    1. What kind of PCR test? As far as I know, there are 3 types.

    https://rapidtesttravel.com/types-of-tests/

    They all take different amounts of time to process. With rapid being the fastest I'm assuming.

    2. In the case of flights with multiple legs, a domestic leg and the final FLL - CTG international leg, should 96 hours before flight time be taken to mean 96 hours before the domestic leg flight time or the international leg?

    This can make a huge difference, some layovers are overnight even.

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    Colombia to Gradually Reopen International Flights From Sept. 21 - US News & World Report.

    https://www.usnews.com/news/world/ar...s-from-sept-21

    Here are some relevant quotes from this article:

    "The Health Ministry is drawing up security protocols that include requiring travelers to take a coronavirus tests and for their results to be negative, Orozco said. " (Minister of Transport Angela Maria Orozco).

    "International flights will restart with a gradual first phase which will be announced shortly," the minister said in a recorded statement.

    The resumption of international flights will depend on destination countries, airport capacity, and the interest of the airlines, Orozco said.

    There are slightly more details in this article, International Flights Return to Colombia Starting in September. Medellin Guru.

    https://medellinguru.com/international-flights/

    Here are some relevant quotes from this article:

    "On September 14, Colombia's Minister of Transport confirmed that international flights to Colombia will resume on September 21 and Colombia will have more than 15 international destinations in October".

    "The first international flight from Colombia is reportedly from Medelland to Cartagena to Miami on Viva Air. ".

    "Minister of Transport, ngela Mara Orozco announced that Colombia will require a negative PCR test for COVID-19, although the times of its taking are not yet specified. ".

  4. #812
    Quote Originally Posted by FunLuvr  [View Original Post]
    The test results can be no more than 96 hours before departure. Take the test a week before departure and the results should come back within the required timeframe. Just make sure the lab takes at least three days to give you the results. Or, you could do the test six days before departure.
    Newer tests are done in 15 minutes. People should go to centers that have rapid testing.

  5. #811
    Quote Originally Posted by LionBacker  [View Original Post]
    We need a negative PCR test No greater than 96 hours before departure but I called a few places that do pcr and they all say that the PCR test take 3-5 days. Results back in 3 days is Not certain. Does anyone know anything different? I plan on going in November and some reports day that the PCR test will have a faster turn around in the coming weeks, but not guaranteed. Where will you guys get your tests from?
    The test results can be no more than 96 hours before departure. Take the test a week before departure and the results should come back within the required timeframe. Just make sure the lab takes at least three days to give you the results. Or, you could do the test six days before departure.

  6. #810

    Protocol to fly internationally into Columbia

    Protocol.

    In turn, the Minister of Health, Fernando Ruiz, referring to the protocol for international air transport, stated that "it is quite complex" and has meant hard work by the Ministry of Health with the Ministry of Transport, Civil Aeronautics, airlines and mayors.

    Some of the most important aspects of biosecurity standards for international flights are:

    • Passenger access to the airport will be made up to three hours prior to the scheduled departure of the flight.

    • The use of a mask is mandatory from the entrance to the airport, during the trip and at the port of arrival, regardless of the duration of the entire tour.

    • For short flights it is recommended not to use the aircraft toilets, while for medium and long-duration flights it is recommended to wear multiple masks to replace them during the trip.

    • Passengers must remain in their assigned seat throughout the flight.

    • When entering or leaving the country, passengers must compulsorily fill out, prior to entering the immigration control posts, the pre-registration check in www. Migracióncolombia. Gov. Co.

    • To enter Colombia, a PCR test must be performed and the result must not be greater than 96 hours before the stipulated flight time.

    • To leave the national territory, the requirements agreed by the country of destination must be met.

    (End / bco / gta).

  7. #809

    Pcr

    We need a negative PCR test No greater than 96 hours before departure but I called a few places that do pcr and they all say that the PCR test take 3-5 days. Results back in 3 days is Not certain. Does anyone know anything different? I plan on going in November and some reports day that the PCR test will have a faster turn around in the coming weeks, but not guaranteed. Where will you guys get your tests from?

  8. #808
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    Good info. I wonder how many people get their test results-tests taken within 96 hours of the flight--then go out after the test and get infected but don't know it-then get on the plane and spread the virus.
    Let me translate these comments from a top WHO official. Start of quote.

    Preliminary evidence from the earliest outbreaks indicated the virus could spread even if people didn't have symptoms.

    But the WHO says that while asymptomatic spread can occur, it is "very rare."

    The WHO leader Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the WHO's emerging diseases and zoonosis unit, said Tuesday that asymptomatic spread is a "really complex question" and much is still unknown. "We don't actually have that answer yet," she said.

    Then she said, I was responding to a question at the press conference. I wasn't stating a policy of WHO or anything like that. I was just trying to articulate what we know," she said on a live Q&A streamed across multiple social media platforms. "And in that, I used the phrase 'very rare,' and I think that that's misunderstanding to state that asymptomatic transmission globally is very rare. I was referring to a small subset of studies. " End of quote.

    So the preliminary evidence was debunked by scientific studies, and the WHO leader lets the cat out of the bag and then is chastised for being politically incorrect, and she walks back that the scientific evidence says that asymptomatic transmission is very rare. So if you want to think people can get Corona asymptomatically, IC, have at it, but the scientific evidence shows it is very rare and anecdotally, I have not seen this wave of asymptomatic spread. Everyone today I have seen with Corona knows who they have gotten it from.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    I hope they not only enforce the masks-but enforce that people wear the masks correctly. I would double or triple layer the mask / face covering. Wear 2 or 3 at a time on top of each other. I would also suggest a mask or 2 with a face shield.
    Oh brother. https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/o...scn/index.html.

    According to his findings, based on short haul flights in the US on aircraft configured with three seats on either side of the aisle, such as the Airbus 320 and the Boeing 737 -- and assuming everyone is wearing a mask -- the risk of catching the virus on a full flight is just 1 in 4,300. Those odds fall to 1 in 7,700 if the middle seat is vacant.

    The article which lists the instances of transmission on flights were mostly in March when masks were not required. If there is a 0. 5% or so mortality associated with Covid, then Colombia banned international travel worried about people dying in what the best evidence suggests is a one in a million or so event.

    If government officials were worried about movement causing the disease to spread, they should not be now. Covid is raging in prisons and nursing homes and not airports.

    Thing is Colombian officials know about the study and have seen the virus spread even after international air travel was banned. I would hope they also saw what happened to a top WHO official who tried to speak a scientific but politically incorrect truth.

  9. #807
    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    https://idm.presidencia.gov.co/prens...cNcre5Akfc9-X4

    Protocol.

    In turn, the Minister of Health, Fernando Ruiz, referring to the protocol for international air transport, stated that "it is quite complex" and has meant hard work by the Ministry of Health with the Ministry of Transport, Civil Aeronautics, airlines and mayors.

    Some of the most important aspects of biosecurity standards for international flights are:

    Passenger access to the airport will be made up to three hours prior to the scheduled departure of the flight.

    The use of a mask is mandatory from the entrance to the airport, during the trip and at the port of arrival, regardless of the duration of the entire tour.

    For short flights it is recommended not to use the aircraft toilets, while for medium and long-duration flights it is recommended to wear multiple masks to replace them during the trip.

    Passengers must remain in their assigned seat throughout the flight.
    Thank you so much for posting this information.

  10. #806

    This is not going to end well

    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    https://idm.presidencia.gov.co/prens...cNcre5Akfc9-X4

    Protocol.

    In turn, the Minister of Health, Fernando Ruiz, referring to the protocol for international air transport, stated that "it is quite complex" and has meant hard work by the Ministry of Health with the Ministry of Transport, Civil Aeronautics, airlines and mayors.

    Some of the most important aspects of biosecurity standards for international flights are:

    Passenger access to the airport will be made up to three hours prior to the scheduled departure of the flight.
    Good info. I wonder how many people get their test results-tests taken within 96 hours of the flight--then go out after the test and get infected but don't know it-then get on the plane and spread the virus.

    I hope they not only enforce the masks-but enforce that people wear the masks correctly. I would double or triple layer the mask / face covering. Wear 2 or 3 at a time on top of each other. I would also suggest a mask or 2 with a face shield.

  11. #805

    Must Register Online Colombia Immigration Before You Go

    https://idm.presidencia.gov.co/prens...cNcre5Akfc9-X4

    Protocol.

    In turn, the Minister of Health, Fernando Ruiz, referring to the protocol for international air transport, stated that "it is quite complex" and has meant hard work by the Ministry of Health with the Ministry of Transport, Civil Aeronautics, airlines and mayors.

    Some of the most important aspects of biosecurity standards for international flights are:

    Passenger access to the airport will be made up to three hours prior to the scheduled departure of the flight.

    The use of a mask is mandatory from the entrance to the airport, during the trip and at the port of arrival, regardless of the duration of the entire tour.

    For short flights it is recommended not to use the aircraft toilets, while for medium and long-duration flights it is recommended to wear multiple masks to replace them during the trip.

    Passengers must remain in their assigned seat throughout the flight.

    When entering or leaving the country, passengers must compulsorily fill out, prior to entering the immigration control posts, the pre-registration check in www. Migracincolombia. Gov. Co.

    To enter Colombia, a PCR test must be performed and the result must not be greater than 96 hours before the stipulated flight time.

    To leave the national territory, the requirements agreed by the country of destination must be met.

    Video from a guy who lives in Medellin giving updates on international flight situation.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSac6xRDF7E

    He is saying that you must also register with the Colombia Immigration Website before you depart. I put the link to Colombia Immigration below

    https://apps.migracioncolombia.gov.co/pre-registro/public/preregistro.jsf

  12. #804

    International flights of origin and destination will resume

    https://idm.presidencia.gov.co/prens...cNcre5Akfc9-X4

    Bogotá, September 15,2020.

    The Minister of Transportation, Angela María Orozco, announced today that from September 19 at the Rafael andúñez Airport in Cartagena, international flights of origin and destination will resume. "Initially, flights to the United States, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia and Guatemala will be restored," said the official.

    The Spirit company flight from Fort Lauderdale (United States) and the departure of the Viva Air company flight to Miami are scheduled for Saturday 19 September.

    International passengers must arrive a maximum of three hours before their trips to the airports and prior to boarding.

    "negative results of PCR molecular tests will be required, issued maximum 96 hours before the flight. Whoever does not have that document or shows symptoms of infection by the new coronavirus will not be able to fly. ".

  13. #803

    First article I've seen a flight to Colombia from Miami / Fort Lauderdale

    Colombia to Reopen Its Borders to International Flights Starting Sept. 21 - Travel + Leisure article.

    https://www.travelandleisure.com/tra...tional-flights

    "Colombian news site Semana reported that the first international flight leaving Colombia will be to Miami / Fort Lauderdale on Spirit Airlines. The flight is currently bookable for Sept. 19, and the first bookable reverse route departs on Sept. 26. ".

  14. #802

    International Flights Return to Colombia Starting in September

    Colombia to Gradually Reopen International Flights From Sept. 21 - US News & World Report.

    https://www.usnews.com/news/world/ar...s-from-sept-21

    Here are some relevant quotes from this article:

    "The Health Ministry is drawing up security protocols that include requiring travelers to take a coronavirus tests and for their results to be negative, Orozco said. " (Minister of Transport Angela Maria Orozco).

    "International flights will restart with a gradual first phase which will be announced shortly," the minister said in a recorded statement.

    The resumption of international flights will depend on destination countries, airport capacity, and the interest of the airlines, Orozco said.

    There are slightly more details in this article, International Flights Return to Colombia Starting in September. Medellin Guru.

    https://medellinguru.com/international-flights/

    Here are some relevant quotes from this article:

    "On September 14, Colombia's Minister of Transport confirmed that international flights to Colombia will resume on September 21 and Colombia will have more than 15 international destinations in October".

    "The first international flight from Colombia is reportedly from Medellíand to Cartagena to Miami on Viva Air. ".

    "Minister of Transport, Ángela María Orozco announced that Colombia will require a negative PCR test for COVID-19, although the times of its taking are not yet specified. ".

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