Guidelines to continue with the Mandatory Isolation in Bogotá D.C.
By means of Decree 131 of 2020, the Major of Bogotá D.C. established the guidelines to continue with the Mandatory Isolation in the city.
Find below the summary of the main aspects of the Decree:
- Mandatory Isolation continues from zero hours (00:00 a.m.) on June 1st, 2020 to zero hours (00:00 a.m.) on June 16th, 2020.
- The reactivation of new sectors of the economy was not enabled. Therefore, the same exceptions to the isolation set forth in Decree 126 of 2020 remains effective.
- People who carry out the allowed activities must be accredited or identified in the secure mobility register on the platform www.bogota.gov.co/bogota-cuidadora.
- In order for the people to initiate carrying out the allowed activities must comply with the biosafety protocols, particularly the mandatory use of the face mask, the physical distancing of at least one meter and constant hand washing.
- Bogotá’s Open Government Registration – GABO-: Individuals exempted from the Mandatory Isolation and who need to mobilize must register in the Bogota’s Open Government platform – GABO – or in the website www.bogota.gov.co/bogota-cuidadora in the register of safe mobility and report of symptoms and state of health.
- Companies and commercial establishments that carry out the new authorized activities described in article 3 of Decree 749 of 2020 of the National Government, such us shopping centers, companies dedicated to professional, technical and general services activities, retail activities which were not authorized before, cleaning and grooming services, hairdressers, real estate, museums, libraries and practical and research laboratories of IES, may register on the platform www.bogota.gov.co/reactivacioneconomica as of June 1st, 2020.
However, the effective economic reactivation of the above sectors would be authorized once the epidemiological situation allows it and as long as the schedules and working shifts are complied with, and also the biosafety protocols established by the Ministry of Health and Social Protection are complied with.