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  1. #9778

    HELP, Totally confused by the PCR test requirement

    My novia, A Colombian National, will fly to Miami on Sept 25th and return to Colombia on Oct 1. I have been searching the internet on where we can get a PCR test and get the results within 4 days of her return flight without much success. Can anyone tell me if she returns to Colombia without that test will they turn her away and refuse entry?

    Also now I read that to leave Colombia you need a PCR 48 hours prior to leaving Colombia. Seems like Colombia is in constant flux on these regulations, it's like they have an uncanny ability to complicate the simple.

  2. #9777

    Very unpleasant

    Quote Originally Posted by NeilGeorge  [View Original Post]
    This test is where the jam the Q-tip down your throat, or up into your nasal cavity towards your brain. It's not worth the bodily invasion just to stick one's pecker in Colombian pussy.
    I got that test in March and I did not like it one bit. Mine was in the nasal cavity.

  3. #9776

    Need the swab down your throat or nose!

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

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

    "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. ".
    This test is where the jam the Q-tip down your throat, or up into your nasal cavity towards your brain. It's not worth the bodily invasion just to stick one's pecker in Colombian pussy.

  4. #9775

    [URL]https://idm.presidencia.gov.co[/URL] Oficina del Presidente

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    https://translate.google.com/transla...tiembre-362534


    Regarding biosecurity measures, Dau emphasized that all citizens are responsible for their care and gradually reactivate the economy.
    https://idm.presidencia.gov.co/prens...cNcre5Akfc9-X4

    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.

    "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. ".

  5. #9774
    Quote Originally Posted by UnknownGuy  [View Original Post]
    Just got back from DR and while people were saying the mongering is dead until 2021, that statement was short lived. The new administration said they need tourism to help the country and so tourism sites were not heavily affected except for curfews. But if you know how to move and plan, it was easy to get things setup for after curfew. There were no clubs, but bars were open. You walk around with your mask on, when you sit you take it off if you want. When someone approaches you, you put the mask on. Easy, too easy. I figure Cartagena will be the same way. The beach, no enforcement of social distancing. You wear your mask if you want too, your choice. I just sat away from the crowds.

    So now Cartagena is in the same boat. They need tourism to spark the economy, so more than likely touristy things will lead to laxed rules to encourage people to visit and bring their wallets. They know there aren't many places to visit internationally. They will capitalize on that by opening up their biggest touristy city, Cartagena.

    And I have heard that the Venezuelan girls have left the city, but not to go back to Venezuela. They said it's bad over there. They moved to Barranquilla and Santa Maria and other cities where prices and rent are cheaper. Just had a shorty tell me this today. She had to leave because she couldn't afford the rent. Some girls had their phones taken from landlords as past rent payments (they are not going to fight that since they don't want to get deported). She said that when the borders open back up to Cartagena, they will be back.

    Might be a good time to visit Barranquilla.
    The only bad time to visit BAQ is at Carnaval, unless you have solid reservations. Otherwise, have a plan, keep it short, and be ready for the heat. Get relief in the big malls for A / see. They're not bad pickup spots either. Lots of great women in BAQ. I'm long overdue for a visit. I've been relegated to MDE for some months which is obviously pretty good. But I miss "la rumba".

  6. #9773

    No Chicas In Apts

    So my go to Bocagrande apartment won't be allowing Chicas as visitors at least initially. So.

    That makes it a little less interesting right now. Hopefully there is a solution over time.

  7. #9772

    Vendors and massage ladies

    Quote Originally Posted by Kafka  [View Original Post]
    So they are cracking down on vendors and massage ladies.
    Hopefully they make that work and it becomes permanent. I got nothing against anyone trying to earn a buck on the beach but some are annoying as hell.

  8. #9771
    New government's line of credit for Avianca has been blocked by the courts (do your own conclusions). Meanwhile there will be a new entrant into the domestic airline market out of Cali, with Venezuelan backing. The flights from the end of November, connecting Barranquilla, Cali, Bucaramanga and Cartagena.

  9. #9770
    So they are cracking down on vendors and massage ladies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    https://translate.google.com/transla...tiembre-362534

    International flights in Colombia would be reactivated on September 21.

    The announcement was made by the mayor of Cartagena, who confirmed that that city would be the first to resume international air activity.

    8 Sep 2020 12:24 By: Noticias. canalrcn.com.

    The mayor of Cartagena, William Dau Chamat, announced on Tuesday that on September 21 international flights in Colombia will resume and that precisely that city is entering the first phase of reactivation of this air operation.

    "National flights are already arriving, and on September 21 international flights begin to arrive. We received the notification from the president, Ivn Duque, and although we still do not have the details, we will communicate and review with the management of the Rafael Nez International Airport, the airlines and scheduled flights, "said the Cartagena president.

    It may interest you: These are the three new airports that will open on September 21.

    Cartagena was the first city in the country to request authorization for domestic flights.

    "We show that we are prepared for this, as has been recognized by all the authorities at the national level, and that is why they authorize us to take this step. We know that Cartagena, if it is not the first city, it will be among the first to receive international flights ", said the president of Cartagena.

    Regarding biosecurity measures, Dau emphasized that all citizens are responsible for their care and gradually reactivate the economy.

    "We are ready to receive tourists from any country who bring foreign currency to spend here in Cartagena, what interests me is that the passengers are well cared for, that they do not get infected here, or that they infect ours. At this point it is important that they bring their foreign exchange, to stimulate the economy of the city and the people of Cartagena who need it so much ", he added.

    Likewise, he informed that at the end of last week the beach protocol that is to be reactivated in a pilot plan was ready, which includes two specific beaches: Bocagrande and Playa Azul La Boquilla.

    "We are working at full speed, we have already defined the entry points, demarcation, among others. Much progress has been made, we hope to be able to reactivate by the first of October at the latest."

    See also: Only two beaches will be part of the pilot plan to reopen to tourists in Cartagena.

    Dau Chamat assured that in both the protocols of distancing, time control will be fulfilled and warned that, "what we do not want is to return to how the beaches were before, the bathers besieged by the vendors, to avoid this, what we will have will be zones special places where beach visitors can come to purchase the specific products or services they require."

  10. #9769

    Tourism will drive everything

    Just got back from DR and while people were saying the mongering is dead until 2021, that statement was short lived. The new administration said they need tourism to help the country and so tourism sites were not heavily affected except for curfews. But if you know how to move and plan, it was easy to get things setup for after curfew. There were no clubs, but bars were open. You walk around with your mask on, when you sit you take it off if you want. When someone approaches you, you put the mask on. Easy, too easy. I figure Cartagena will be the same way. The beach, no enforcement of social distancing. You wear your mask if you want too, your choice. I just sat away from the crowds.

    So now Cartagena is in the same boat. They need tourism to spark the economy, so more than likely touristy things will lead to laxed rules to encourage people to visit and bring their wallets. They know there aren't many places to visit internationally. They will capitalize on that by opening up their biggest touristy city, Cartagena.

    And I have heard that the Venezuelan girls have left the city, but not to go back to Venezuela. They said it's bad over there. They moved to Barranquilla and Santa Maria and other cities where prices and rent are cheaper. Just had a shorty tell me this today. She had to leave because she couldn't afford the rent. Some girls had their phones taken from landlords as past rent payments (they are not going to fight that since they don't want to get deported). She said that when the borders open back up to Cartagena, they will be back.

    Might be a good time to visit Barranquilla.

  11. #9768

    Avianca Just cancelled some international flights

    Avianca just cancelled some international flights for September, until I think the 15th of October citing a lack of protocols. Better check the web page if your affected.

    Bogota, September 8, 2020.

    On the Avianca web site:

    "Although government authorities have already mentioned a tentative date for restarting international operations from Colombia, some necessary definitions for the operation remain uncertain, such as the lack of clarity in the protocols and sanitary measures for this type of flight.

    For this reason, we have been forced to cancel some itineraries. If you have a flight that has been affected by this situation, we offer you these options.

  12. #9767
    Quote Originally Posted by LoveItHere69  [View Original Post]
    Did a search on Spirit and Viva Air for a friend and look what I found. Yes, a ticket. You did not get the last one from Miami to Medellin on Viva Air on the 19th!

    Do us all a favor. Post a pick of your immigration stamp.

    Oh, about the condo. You with your dual degrees, your employees with their dual degrees, and the lawyer you have, you already have all the answers. Right?
    I instead of picking bones with people, I recommend be grateful for the information you are receiving from BMs; trust me, life is better lived with a less angry / jealousy mindset.

  13. #9766
    Quote Originally Posted by SJobs  [View Original Post]
    I brought the last ticket on Viva from Miami to Medellin on the 19th base on this post alone. I hope this pans out, if it doesn't, no big deal, I have tickets on the 21st, 23rd and 24th from FLL to Cartagena. Thanks for posting this timely information.
    Did a search on Spirit and Viva Air for a friend and look what I found. Yes, a ticket. You did not get the last one from Miami to Medellin on Viva Air on the 19th!

    Do us all a favor. Post a pick of your immigration stamp.

    Oh, about the condo. You with your dual degrees, your employees with their dual degrees, and the lawyer you have, you already have all the answers. Right?

  14. #9765
    Quote Originally Posted by Kazeu  [View Original Post]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_YjL-gcrDU

    At the 5:30 mark they talk about requirement for flights from the United States. My spanish is okay, but not great, I *think* he says that they are not going to require negative covid tests before boarding flights from the US to Colombia, but they are awaiting final list of countries from which they will require tests. Please correct me if I misunderstood something.

    So looks like good news overall.
    I brought the last ticket on Viva from Miami to Medellin on the 19th base on this post alone. I hope this pans out, if it doesn't, no big deal, I have tickets on the 21st, 23rd and 24th from FLL to Cartagena. Thanks for posting this timely information.

  15. #9764

    Flights bog to ctg don't wait to buy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jbj64  [View Original Post]
    I have my flight for Oct 5th and my amiga from Bogota will be there with me, since Bogota is still closed.
    My novia has a 10 visa and is flying Avianca Bog. To Ctg and on to Mia via American Airlines. I booked her round trip from bog to ctg a few days ago. Apparently there is a large desire to take advantage of Ctg. Being the first city to offer international flights. And flights are getting more expensive by the day. What is normally a flight for less that $50 is now over $100 and higher. Plus the schedules are no where near the choices we had prior to the virus. Flights were pretty much every hour on the hour and dirt cheap. Not anymore, just another casualty of this freaken virus.

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