The country has long been known for its high number of tourist deaths, but now that the country is experiencing a new wave of Zika-related deaths, the country’s government has taken action.
Travel Restrictions are now in effect in the country, as Colombia has announced that it will begin limiting the number of people it allows on flights to and from the United States and other countries.
The announcement comes amid a massive rise in the number and severity of the infections, with a new death toll of nearly 400 this week alone.
The travel restrictions are a first step in Colombia’s ongoing efforts to curb the spread of the virus, which has killed more than 1,400 people in the Caribbean.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 30 million people are currently infected in Colombia, and the number has grown significantly in recent weeks.
While the virus does not affect people in Colombia directly, many travelers are infected while traveling to the Caribbean islands of Dominica and Barbados.
The country is currently facing one of the worst pandemics in the world, with the current death toll exceeding 9,500.
The government has announced plans to implement travel restrictions on the island nation’s main thoroughfare, which is located in a major tourist destination in the capital Bogotá.
The travel restrictions will take effect from March 1, and they will not affect travelers from other destinations, including other major tourist destinations like the Dominican Republic.
The government has also announced that they will start enforcing the travel restrictions from the end of April, and that travel restrictions to the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates will be implemented from April 29 to May 7.