The authorities of Colombia and Peru agreed to resume international passenger transport by land in the route Bogota – Lima, after the closure of borders that prevailed since March 2020 due to the health crisis caused by covid-19, official sources reported.
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transport ministries Colombia and Peru, after several working days in which they addressed technical-operational aspects, agreed to restart international passenger road transport services.
Travelers from Colombia who wish to travel to Peru must fill out a form online and prove your vaccination schedule against the coronavirus or, failing that, submit a negative PCR.
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For their part, the travelers from Peru who wish to travel to Colombia must report, 24 hours before, the state of health also through a form, In addition to complying with the requitable biosafety dictated by the health authorities.
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In September 2021, air travel between the two countries was reactivated, so this decision represents one more step to recover the connectivity that Colombia and Peru shared before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
“After difficult times due to the covid-19 pandemic, especially for the transport sector, today we have good news not only for carriers but also for users“, celebrated the Colombian Minister of Transport, Ángela María Orozco.
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“Traveling between the two countries by land is once again a reality“, added Orozco, a decision that was made because it was observed that the conditions are given for service to resume”complying with biosafety protocols“.