On 28 April 2021, nationwide strikes and demonstrations are ongoing in Colombia. In Bogotá, demonstrators have blocked a number of roads and TransMilenio metro stations, resulting in the closure of the Suba Portal, Usme Portal, Campiña, Molinos, Transversal 91 and 21 Ángeles stations. In Cali, demonstrators knocked down a statue and have blocked a number of roads, including the intersections of Carrera 8 with Carrera 70, Carrera 7c with Carrera 70, and Calle 5 with Calle 94. Transportation disruptions are expected throughout the day.

Labor unions comprising the Colombian National Strike Committee (CNP) – which includes the Central Union of Workers (CUT), General Labor Confederation (CGT) and the Colombian Federation of Education Workers (FECODE) — organized the 24-hour national strike and associated demonstrations to protest a tax reform bill introduced by President Iván Duque. Organizers estimate that approximately 20,000-30,000 people will participate in the mobilizations. Demonstrations will be held at various times in major cities across the country, including Bogotá, Bucaramanga, Cali, Cartagena and Medellín. In Bogotá, demonstrators will gather in the morning hours at a number of locations, including the Parque Nacional, Tintal roundabout, Portal del Sur station, District University, National University, National Pedagogical University and El Dorado International Airport (SKBO/BOG), before concluding with a rally at Plaza de Bolivar.