The President of Colombia, Ivan Duque announced the extension to August 1 of the quarantine provisions of the country in connection with the spread of a new type of coronavirus.
The effect of the quarantine was to expire July 15.
The court in Columbia ruled that President Ivan Duque needs to cancel the work permit in the country that he gave the US military without the approval of the decision in the Senate, announced the publication of Tiempo.
Members of the jury felt that the decision about the presence of foreign troops on the territory of the country was to obtain preliminary approval in the Senate of the Republic.
The attorney General of Colombia Francisco Barbas reported that in a joint operation with the forces of the judicial police, they managed to capture eight suspects in the organization in 2019 terrorist attack that killed 21 cadet police school in Bogota and another 70 were injured.
According to the Prosecutor, the charges range from 40 up to 50 years in prison for the suspects.
The government of Colombia in days fixed 2 803 new cases of infection by the coronavirus, has died, 111 people, said the country's Ministry of health on Twitter.
According to the latest data from the Ministry, the total number of cases reached 97 846, the total number of deaths increased to 3 334. Since the beginning of the epidemic in Colombia has recovered 42 073 patient.
The President of Colombia, Ivan Duque said Tuesday on the extension until July 15 of the quarantine provisions of the country in connection with the spread of coronavirus infection COVID-19.
The quarantine action originally introduced in Colombia on March 25, supposed to end on June 30. From June 1, the country began a partial easing of restrictions. In particular, exercise in the fresh air became available for all categories of citizens, in addition there is a gradual resumption of economic and industrial activities. According to recent reports in Colombia identified 73 572 cases of infection COVID-19. Died of disease 2 404 people. Recovered more than 30.4 thousand patients.