An article that was shared by thousands of people on Facebook is helping to keep the flu outbreak at bay.
The post has received more than 13,000 likes and more than 20,000 shares in less than a week, and it is one of several that are helping the country recover from the pandemic.
After being the world’s top-earning country for several years, Colombia is facing a pandemic that is taking its toll.
Colombia is now ranked the fifth-most affected country by the World Health Organization.
Since January, at least 14 people have died in Colombia.
Colombia has been plagued by an acute shortage of medicine due to the pandemics, and many of the shortages have forced hospitals to turn away patients and send them to hospitals in other countries.
In recent days, there have been a few cases of the flu, and several deaths.
One of the people who has died was a 13-year-old girl who was treated in Colombia with a medicine called Naloxone, a drug that temporarily reverses the effects of the virus.
She was transported to the capital Bogota to be treated for a respiratory illness and later died in the hospital.
Another of the two cases that were reported in the capital was a 16-year old girl who contracted the flu and died in her apartment.
The rest of the pandemia has been concentrated in the mountainous areas and rural areas.
The virus is transmitted via air and is very difficult to control.
Last week, Colombia announced that it would open the country’s health system to all who have traveled abroad and will allow citizens to enter the country with no quarantine and no vaccinations.
The country has now reopened a national vaccination center and is now working on establishing an air-transport system to help prevent the spread of the disease.
In addition, the government has been launching new health initiatives, including the creation of a national center to manage and track all the health records of all the residents.