My info is a bit sketchy, just what I read on the net. My understanding is that the 3 neighborhoods under strict quarantine - Usaquen, Suba, and Engativa - surround Chapinero directly to the north and, according to google map, are very close to the clinic - https://www.google.com/maps/place/S...c7cd69e940f94f14!8m2!3d4.7207926!4d-74.074768 Also, the local government plans to implement three more neighborhood closures in the next couple days. Granted they don't want to lose tourists, so the more historic and commercial parts of the city for the time being will remain open. But what about museums, restaurants, covered markets, ect? All the good stuff found in major cities that tourists want to go to? There's no guarantee they'll be open, even in open neighborhoods. My thought/hope is that in a month, Bogota will be ready to resume the new normal.