Disclaimer: Given the continual changes related to COVID-19, this page is a work in progress and will be updated with local government information as it is obtained by the U.S. Embassy. The U.S. Government assumes no responsibility or liability for the professional ability, reputation or the quality of services provided by the entities or individuals whose names appear on the following lists. Inclusion on these lists is in no way an endorsement by the Department of State or the U.S. Embassy. Names are listed alphabetically where possible and the order in which they appear has no other significance. Updated November 27, 2020.
If you or a loved one is currently in Colombia and needs financial assistance, the below options may be of interest:
- How to Send Money to Destitute U.S. Citizens Abroad.
- A loan is possible through the Department of State. The loan is processed in person at a U.S Embassy or consulate. Find out more about the loan process here and then contact ACSBogota@State.Gov if you meet the requirements for a loan to return to the United States.
- General Colombian Emergency Line: #123
- Colombian Red Cross Ambulance: #132
- Colombian Medical Emergency Line: #125
- Country-Specific Information about COVID-19
- U.S. Embassy to report Serious Medical Issues or Death: 275-2000
- CDC COVID Symptoms List
Resources by Department
The U.S. government encourages all U.S. citizens in Colombia to comply with city, department and national regulations throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Regional website links:
Resources by Major City
- Visit the city government’s website here: https://bogota.gov.co/ for the latest information.
- Bogota Mayor’s Mi Barrio App
- Medellin Guru
- Visit the Department of Antioquia’s government website here: https://antioquia.gov.co/ for the latest information.