U.S. travelers must be alert for possible Ebola quarantine as a flight from Miami to Colombia takes off on Monday.
The Air Canada flight, which will depart from Miami at 7 a.m.
ET and depart Colombia at 10:30 a.s., is expected to depart from Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday, according to the airline.
The trip is expected be a stopover for Colombia, where authorities are holding off on the first cases of Ebola to be confirmed.
The airline says the flight is to be operated by American Airlines and will depart on Monday from Los Angelas International Airport.
The United States is on lockdown after a new case of Ebola was confirmed at an American hospital in the country.
A Canadian tourist was stranded in Colombia after authorities issued travel restrictions to stop her from flying home to the U.S. on Sunday.
Lyssa Sotnikova, a Canadian citizen from Calgary, Canada, was on a holiday in Colombia when she had to cancel a trip to the capital of Bogota.
She and her boyfriend are planning to visit the country’s capital, Bogota, on April 28.
Sotnikov was one of the more than 1,000 Canadians who were scheduled to travel to the Colombian capital.
Travel restrictions are a common occurrence during major events in the region, and it’s been reported that the Colombian government has been banning all visitors to the country since late last year.
On Sunday, the U,S.
and Colombia’s embassies in Bogota issued travel advisories that prohibited Canadians from traveling to the region for at least the next six weeks.
Traveling to Colombia is not allowed during the peak tourist season, but the U in Colombia and the U-S.
embassies in Colombia have said they are not in the business of restricting travelers, so long as they follow the official travel advice.