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.
A complaint against the President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo , was filed in the National Assembly (AN) for the alleged commission of the crimes of alteration of public order.
The Minister of Health Luis Francisco Sucre announced Tuesday, December 1st 2020, a curfew and dry law for Panama West will come into affect December 4th 2020.
To enter Panama you are required to provide a negative Covid-19 PCR or Antigen) that was administered within 48 hours prior to traveling to Panama.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported this Tuesday, November 10, the gradual return of the restriction measures in the country - if the Rt rate continues to rise.
There is no denying the impact Covid-19 has had on Panama’s economy. Construction is at an all time low, farms and offices are operating with lower outputs with new health regulations and inspection. ...
"Make no mistake, the family bubble is not your entire family, it is the people you live with."
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 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.
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.
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.
Friday, August 14, will bring a partial reopening for international flights in Panama following five months of restricted travel in Panama.
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.