The Ministry of Health announced, that they will reduce the duration of the quarantine to 5 days for people who have contact with a positive case but show a negative coronavirus test.
If you are a Canadian in Panama, you may have received an email from the Canadian government if you are registered with the Government of Canada’s Registration of Canadians Abroad (ROCA) service.
Sunday, July 18th more mobility restrictions came into effect in the provinces of Panama Oeste and Veraguas. In the province of Panama West, San Carlos and La Chorrera are the districts affected.
Panama has announced a curfew for the districts of Donoso and Gualaca and Chepo, Las Tablas, and Chitré starting July 12th.
Starting Saturday, July 3rd, 2021 Dry Law will be in effect for the entire province of Panama West from 10:00 p.m. on Saturday until 4:00 a.m. on Monday, again.
Canada is easing border measures for Canadians arriving to Canada from Panama. June 21st, 2021 Canada announced that fully vaccinated travelers permitted to enter Canada will not need to quarantine.
Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, during the epidemiological report of Covid-19 in Panama, this Tuesday, May 4th, announced an increase in infection in Panama West (Chame and San Carlos).
Foreigners and nationals can now register to be vaccinated against covid-19 in Panama. Foreigners who want to be vaccinated in Panama can apply using their E-cedula or passport.
The president explained Monday, April 12th 2021 that there is legislation being drawn up to resume classes in Panama. The Blended program will be published this week.
The Ministry of Health has announced that travelers vaccinated against covid-19 will not require a covid-19 test when they present a vaccination card in Panama.
March 9th, 2020 now former Minister of Health Rosario Turner announced the first case of Covid-19 in a 40-year-old woman who had arrived on March 8. March, from Spain.
As of Monday, February 8 the Ministry of Health has confirmed that beaches and restaurants will be open throughout Panama. The cancellation of purchases by gender was also announced.
6,420 People have received the first dose of the vaccine for Covid-19 in Panama. The first shipment of vaccines Panama received was from Pfizer / BioNTech.
Yesterday (Jan 16) Sinaproc announced "a red flag" prohibiting beach access in Panama and Panama West until March 15, and in Herrera until February 1. Today Minsa followed up with a similar statement.
The Ministry of Health in Panama has announced after some confusion, which beaches are open in Panama. In this note it was stated, beaches remain closed in the provinces of Panama and Panama West.
Beaches in Panama and Panama West will remain closed in Panama and Panama West through to March 15th. The news brought surfers, bodyboarders, and kiteboarders together to request changes.
Panama’s health ministry has detailed the services that may be provided from January 4 to 14 when mobility restriction will be applied by gender and ID in Panama and Panama West.
The epidemiological week from December 20 to 26 was Panama’s worst week since the start of the Pandemic. It culminated with 19,140 new infections, 2031 people hospitalized, and 272 deaths.
January 4th until January 14th Panama and Panama West will remain under quarantine measures with a curfew, access to essential services, with circulation limited by gender, and the last number of ID.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) announced today that the closure of rivers and beaches in the country will start Wednesday, December 23, and not this Friday, as originally communicated.
Luis Francisco Sucre, announced a total quarantine from December 25 to 28, 2020, and from January 1 to 4, 2021, as a measure to stop the advance of the coronavirus in Panama.