Following peaceful protests in Panama at the National Assembly The director of the Americas Division of Human Rights Watch (HRW), José Miguel Vivanco questions the attest of Juan Cajar.
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The Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, announced this Tuesday, October 20, that the government will end Panama’s quarantine on Sunday Oct 25th and open the country’s beaches October 24th ...
The Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, has still not given a date for reopening Panama’s beaches. What he has said is that when they do open, there will be a list of restrictions in place.
The Panamanian Association of Business Executives (Apede) spoke out seeking a more cohesive economic reactivation in Panama asking for "scientific and logical support" in the measures adopted.
he Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that the total quarantine on Sunday will be maintained, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Previously, it had been known that the measure would be lifted tomorrow.
International travel to Panama will reopen October 12th 2020 according to he Civil Aviation Authority (AAC).
Monday October 5th 2020, Panama will begin to reopen its national parks. The reopening of ecological parks in Panama, starting with 14 sites, is an attempt to reactivate domestic tourism.
Friday at 12:00 noon a 5.8 magnitude earthquake occurred off the coast of Puerto Armuelles in the province of Chiriquí sector, bordering Costa Rica.
Non-native fish are invading Lake Gatun following the Panama canal expansion according to a new report in Nature Ecology and Evolution by Smithsonian Scientists.
An "updated national-provincial reopening plan" was approved on Tuesday August 25, by the Cabinet Council. It established mobility restriction by gender will end September 14th 2020.
Eduardo Ortega, consultant of the Panama Covid-19 Vaccine Consortium, confirmed Monday, August 29th that trial studies of the covid-19 vaccine would begin in Panama starting next week.
As of Monday August 24th 2020, The Panamanian government lifted the curfew that only kept the mobility of citizens at just two hours a day.
Friday, August 14, will bring a partial reopening for international flights in Panama following five months of restricted travel in Panama.
Monday, August 17th will bring new openings for Panama including retail, salons, car sales and even inbound flights for national and residents.
August marks the fourth month of quarantine in Panama (Panama City and Panama West). In the last 24 hours, Panama registered 1,665 new cases of coronavirus in Panama exceeding a total of 65,000.
The Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, has announced total quarantine on Saturday and Sunday in the provinces of Panama and Panama West starting July 18th 2020.
Panama announced plans to begin a phased reopening Wednesday May 13th including e-commerce, mechanical workshops and fishing, after slowing the spread of coronavirus.
Panama will suspend all international flights (in-bound and out-bound) for the duration of 30 days, starting Sunday, March 22, at 11:59 p.m.
In a state of national emergency the country of Panama has issues a night curfew from 9:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. starting Wednesday March 19th 2020.
Monday March 16th 2020 the Government of Panama is restricting the entry of foreigners only nationals and foreigners with residency in the country can enter Panama.