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  1. #10234

    First thought

    I arrived here with no problems. Currently I'm on the outside of the clock tower watching the small parade of Chicas. I got a few numbers but nothing has really stood out as of yet. This place has a lot of promise. I'm going to give it a little more time to get my feet wet.

    The Touts are easy to get rid of. I guess it's because I'm Boca Chica battle tested. If you can survive three days Boca chica Dominican Republic Dealing with those scam artists this place is a cakewalk. As I sit here I see more and more chicas starting to show up. I shouldn't expect too much on a Monday night.

  2. #10233
    Quote Originally Posted by UnknownGuy  [View Original Post]
    This spot supposedly does the Covid test but I'm not in country yet to verify but if someone is that would be great. It is the next block up from Delirium and around the corner from LDV.

    Laboratorio CLnico Eduardo Fernandez.

    Location: Centro, Calle 2 da de Badillo No. 36-35 Piso 2, Cartagena.

    If someone can check, find out how long it takes for the results as well.
    Hi,

    I got the info and this lab does not offer a PCR test, they only do the antigen test at the Bocagrande office and price is 150,000 Colombian pesos.

  3. #10232
    Quote Originally Posted by Kafka  [View Original Post]
    Probably a date embedded in the code? LOL.
    Stupid is as stupid does.
    Even beyond: those 3 must be intrinsically stupid.

    From the Cipolla's Five Fundamental Laws of Stupidity:
    1) Always and inevitably everyone underestimates the number of stupid individuals in circulation.
    5) A stupid person is the most dangerous type of person.

  4. #10231
    Quote Originally Posted by MojoBandit  [View Original Post]
    In the article it stated that "during the control process they noticed alleged "irregularities in the test codes, which is why it was decided to verify directly with the laboratory. " My guess is that each laboratory that does the testing assigns a code to each test that then gets put into a database / website where the people at the airport can check the codes of the tests. They said they noticed that the "tests, presented to Migracin Colombia, belonged to other people, who would have taken them in October 2020."

    https://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/detenidos-en-cartagena-con-pruebas-negativas-falsas-de-covid-EE4042879
    Probably a date embedded in the code? LOL.

    Stupid is as stupid does.

  5. #10230
    Quote Originally Posted by Nounce  [View Original Post]
    I am guessing all three used the same copy and that is how they are caught.
    Quote Originally Posted by UnknownGuy  [View Original Post]
    . I guess the thing that made it suspicious was that they were trying to leave 6 days after arriving.
    In the article it stated that "during the control process they noticed alleged "irregularities in the test codes, which is why it was decided to verify directly with the laboratory. " My guess is that each laboratory that does the testing assigns a code to each test that then gets put into a database / website where the people at the airport can check the codes of the tests. They said they noticed that the "tests, presented to Migración Colombia, belonged to other people, who would have taken them in October 2020."

    https://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/detenidos-en-cartagena-con-pruebas-negativas-falsas-de-covid-EE4042879

  6. #10229

    Only when I have too! LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    So when you heading back to Sosua?
    I would like to make Cartagena my new spot! So much to see. Its a beautiful and historic city. Big enough to mix things up, but not too big. Taxis were cheap and plentiful. The testing requirement to enter complicate things, because I can't go to work if I'm awaiting a test result.

    So I may have to do the su until I can go to Colombia with no test. After that I don't plan to spend much time in the DR.

    Because of Colombia's tax laws I don't think I'll retire there. But when I retire I'll definitely do 3 months a year there.

    Maybe mix it up between Colombia Brazil and DR. We shall see. I have a few years yet.

  7. #10228
    Quote Originally Posted by UnknownGuy  [View Original Post]
    Stole this from someone's site:

    Covid Testing Locations in Cartagena.

    HealthCars (at Cartagena Airport).

    Location: At Rafael Nuez Airport and Barrio Espaa (near Maria Auxiliadora Church).

    They also offer at home testing.

    Tests Offered:

    PCR: $350,000 pesos, results in 24-36 hours.

    Antigen: $140,000 pesos, results in 1 hour (or 2 if done at home).

    Antibody: $110,000 pesos, results in 1 hour (or 2 if done at home).

    Contact: Their website doesn't have info on Covid testing, but*their Instagram*does (including the prices in this post).

    Clinica MediHelp.

    Location: Bocagrande.

    Tests Offered:

    PCR + Viral Panel: $580,000 pesos, 12 hour results.

    PCR: $400,000 pesos, 24 hour results.

    Antigen: $170,000, 3 hour results.

    Antibody: $140,000, 30 minute results.

    Contact info at their website (from where above info was taken) or via telephone 314 425-1118.

    Caris.

    Location: They provide at home testing.

    They also operate in Medellin, Bogot, and Barranquilla.

    Tests Offered:

    Molecular (presumably PCR): $300,000 pesos, results in 24-48 hours.

    Antibody: $70,000 pesos, results in 15-20 minutes.

    Contact info on their website*(where above info is from) or by telephone at 316 433-6293.

    Synlabs.

    Location: Centro de Salud, Ronda Real (near La Castellana Mall).

    Also locations in Barranquilla, Santa Marta, Medellin, Cali and Bogot (including in the airport).

    Tests Offered:

    PCR: $280,000 pesos, results in 24 hours.

    Antigen: $140,000 pesos, results in 24-36 hours.

    Antibody: $60,000 pesos, results in 24-36 hours.

    They state appointments should be made 72 hours before.

    Antigen and Antibody tests are offered at the Bogot airport with 2 hour results for an extra $10,000 pesos.

    Contact info at their website (where above information was found) or via telephone at 333 033-3055.

    Pasteur Laboratorios CLnicos.

    Location: in La Plazuela Mall.

    Also offer at home testing.

    Tests Offered:

    Antigen: $200,000 pesos (for family groups of 3 or more $140,000), results given same day.

    Antibody: $120,000 pesos, results given same day.

    Gidser Salud.

    Location: Santa Lucia (near La Plazuela).

    Also offer at home testing.

    Tests Offered:

    Antigen: $130,000 pesos, results in 15 minutes.

    Antibody: $90,000 pesos, result time not listed.

    PCR: price not listed (word of mouth it is $225,000), results in 24-48 hours.

    *Note surcharges apply to at home testing and result times may vary (word of mouth the at home charge is $30,000 pesos, but that may vary based on your location).

    Contact:*their website, their Facebook page, or via Whatsapp at 3205823494.

    Laboratorio CLnico Eduardo Fernandez.

    Location: Centro, Bocagrande, and Santa Lucia.

    Offer at home and drive up testing as well.

    Tests Offered:

    Their website does not make clear what types of tests they offer, prices, or result times. I have reached out to ask and will update once I hear back.

    Contact at their website. They can also be reached via Whatsapp from Monday to Friday at (+57) 317 369-4783.

    That is the list I have been able to put together so far of where you can get a Covid test in Cartagena. Again, if you know of any other testing sites, if any of the above information is inaccurate, if you had an experience where you got results back quicker or slower than the times listed by the clinics websites, please do share in the comments as it will help out others looking for where to get a Covid test in Cartagena.
    Great resource thank you.

  8. #10227
    This spot supposedly does the Covid test but I'm not in country yet to verify but if someone is that would be great. It is the next block up from Delirium and around the corner from LDV.

    Laboratorio CLínico Eduardo Fernandez.

    Location: Centro, Calle 2 da de Badillo No. 36-35 Piso 2, Cartagena.

    If someone can check, find out how long it takes for the results as well.

  9. #10226
    Stole this from someone's site:

    Covid Testing Locations in Cartagena.

    HealthCars (at Cartagena Airport).

    Location: At Rafael Nuñez Airport and Barrio España (near Maria Auxiliadora Church).

    They also offer at home testing.

    Tests Offered:

    PCR: $350,000 pesos, results in 24-36 hours.

    Antigen: $140,000 pesos, results in 1 hour (or 2 if done at home).

    Antibody: $110,000 pesos, results in 1 hour (or 2 if done at home).

    Contact: Their website doesn't have info on Covid testing, but*their Instagram*does (including the prices in this post).

    Clinica MediHelp.

    Location: Bocagrande.

    Tests Offered:

    PCR + Viral Panel: $580,000 pesos, 12 hour results.

    PCR: $400,000 pesos, 24 hour results.

    Antigen: $170,000, 3 hour results.

    Antibody: $140,000, 30 minute results.

    Contact info at their website (from where above info was taken) or via telephone 314 425-1118.

    Caris.

    Location: They provide at home testing.

    They also operate in Medellin, Bogotá, and Barranquilla.

    Tests Offered:

    Molecular (presumably PCR): $300,000 pesos, results in 24-48 hours.

    Antibody: $70,000 pesos, results in 15-20 minutes.

    Contact info on their website*(where above info is from) or by telephone at 316 433-6293.

    Synlabs.

    Location: Centro de Salud, Ronda Real (near La Castellana Mall).

    Also locations in Barranquilla, Santa Marta, Medellin, Cali and Bogotá (including in the airport).

    Tests Offered:

    PCR: $280,000 pesos, results in 24 hours.

    Antigen: $140,000 pesos, results in 24-36 hours.

    Antibody: $60,000 pesos, results in 24-36 hours.

    They state appointments should be made 72 hours before.

    Antigen and Antibody tests are offered at the Bogotá airport with 2 hour results for an extra $10,000 pesos.

    Contact info at their website (where above information was found) or via telephone at 333 033-3055.

    Pasteur Laboratorios CLínicos.

    Location: in La Plazuela Mall.

    Also offer at home testing.

    Tests Offered:

    Antigen: $200,000 pesos (for family groups of 3 or more $140,000), results given same day.

    Antibody: $120,000 pesos, results given same day.

    Gidser Salud.

    Location: Santa Lucia (near La Plazuela).

    Also offer at home testing.

    Tests Offered:

    Antigen: $130,000 pesos, results in 15 minutes.

    Antibody: $90,000 pesos, result time not listed.

    PCR: price not listed (word of mouth it is $225,000), results in 24-48 hours.

    *Note surcharges apply to at home testing and result times may vary (word of mouth the at home charge is $30,000 pesos, but that may vary based on your location).

    Contact:*their website, their Facebook page, or via Whatsapp at 3205823494.

    Laboratorio CLínico Eduardo Fernandez.

    Location: Centro, Bocagrande, and Santa Lucia.

    Offer at home and drive up testing as well.

    Tests Offered:

    Their website does not make clear what types of tests they offer, prices, or result times. I have reached out to ask and will update once I hear back.

    Contact at their website. They can also be reached via Whatsapp from Monday to Friday at (+57) 317 369-4783.

    That is the list I have been able to put together so far of where you can get a Covid test in Cartagena. Again, if you know of any other testing sites, if any of the above information is inaccurate, if you had an experience where you got results back quicker or slower than the times listed by the clinics websites, please do share in the comments as it will help out others looking for where to get a Covid test in Cartagena.

  10. #10225
    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherP  [View Original Post]
    A chica from last night started sending pics. A pretty dark venezolana. She comes by. Straight porn star. Deep throat, she ran through every position I know and loved it! I didn't too!
    So when you heading back to Sosua?

  11. #10224
    Quote Originally Posted by Detwing1  [View Original Post]
    Well there won't be any reports from me out of Cartagena, as I found a way to get back into Bangkok and am now waiting out the 14 day quarantine period.

    Reading the reports about the 3 amigos who got caught with fake COVID-19 tests was quite amusing. Before entering Thailand, my documents were checked no less than 6 times, and they were extremely thorough. Each document was looked over with a fine tooth comb.
    Thais are very good about even unfairly keeping farang out of their country. Altho I must say that here in Cambodia, the second sign of international riffraff, after the dreads, beads, bare feet and native garb, is the whine "yeah man, the Thais wouldn't let me in".

    Have fun in Bangkok dude, all my friends are telling me its quiet.

  12. #10223
    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    I'll be following you adventures closely as I'm going to get jabbed in February and be ready to take off again by August. If Thailand doesn't want to welcome my money by letting me come and go, there are alternatives. The air is bad in Bangkok again already too.
    Well there won't be any reports from me out of Cartagena, as I found a way to get back into Bangkok and am now waiting out the 14 day quarantine period.

    Reading the reports about the 3 amigos who got caught with fake COVID-19 tests was quite amusing. Before entering Thailand, my documents were checked no less than 6 times, and they were extremely thorough. Each document was looked over with a fine tooth comb.

  13. #10222

    Thank you brother P

    I came this close to going to Brazil. But after reading brother p adventures; and the information other members of this board have contribute; I leave for Cartagena on Monday. I pre-registered and I have my current Covid negative test as of the 15th. I'm looking forward to writing my perspective of the place. Pardon me for being under the influence when I write but that's how I get down. Thank you guys for the information.

  14. #10221

    Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeos1  [View Original Post]
    Unless they had a real test from something local to "copy and alter" it is hard to imagine how they would even know what it should look like. Probably not a genius level attempt. What is most likely is that they were a bit arrogant and thought they were dealing with stupid people. Because after all they were all so smart. Arrogance and ignorance is a bad combination. Just my speculation.
    Very very well said, spot on! Kudos!

  15. #10220
    I think these people may have had something on their passport or electronic visa that said that they have to quarantine. But because they wanted to leave before 14 days, they needed the negative test. I wish I could see their fake test to see how bad they tried to fake it. They probably just crossed the original person's name out and wrote theirs in.

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