Colombia is fully open for medical tourists without testing or quarantine. This applies to both vaccinated and non-vaccinated travellers.
Colombia has become one of only six countries in the world to fully reopen for almost all tourists, except from India, without testing or quarantine. This applies to both vaccinated and non-vaccinated travellers.
All travellers must still complete a ‘Check-Mig’ form less than 24 hours before their flight to Colombia. The form is a health declaration stating that they are free from symptoms of Covid-19 and have not come into close contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19.
But Colombia is currently experiencing a third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, and is seeing protests in large cities such as Bogota by citizens demanding a basic income, more opportunities for the young, and an end to police violence.
Colombia treats international patients seeking cardiology, odontology, oncology, cosmetic surgery, laser eye surgery, hair transplants and dentistry.
Most patients are from the Dutch Caribbean islands (Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, St Maarten), the USA, Venezuela, Panama, and Ecuador.
Most medical tourists from the USA are Colombian expatriates or their descendants.