Colombia will ease epidemiological requirements for cruise ship passengers
Colombia will ease epidemiological requirements for cruise ship passengers.
Cruise ship passengers arriving in Colombia will be able to go ashore from February 1 if they have a negative result of PCR or an antigen test for coronavirus and a vaccination passport.
Colombian Health Minister Fernando Ruiz announced the new entry rules on January 26.
In the previous edition, passengers were required to have a complete vaccination plan and a fresh PCR test result. Now the arrivals will be able to provide the result of the antigen test.