Panama recently announced changes on the mask mandate, almost totally lifting it. However, there are still a few places you will be required to wear a mask in Panama. Here are some of those places.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) has confirmed that starting Monday, March 28, 2022, you will not need to wear a mask outside in Panama.
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.
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) reported this Tuesday, November 10, the gradual return of the restriction measures in the country - if the Rt rate continues to rise.
"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 ...
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.
Friday, March 9th, 2018 Panama’s The Social Security Fund (CSS) and the Ministry of Health (Minsa ) announced the country would begin a salpingectomy or “permanent sterilization” program.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) is gearing up for World Youth Day 2019, and the pope’s arrival. Minsa will require a vaccination card, this requirement will apply to anyone entering the country for the WYD event, January 22nd to January 27th, 2019. ...
The Epidemiological Surveillance System of the Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported 2,375 cases of dengue in the country, Sunday 17 of September of ...
The association of Restaurants in Panama (ARAP) and the Ministry of Health (Minsa) are working to the Panamanian population to pass on the ...
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) has declared an epidemic after 10,646 viral conjunctivitides (commonly referred to as pink eye) cases ...
The Ministry of Health and the Public Ministry in the province of Coclé began an investigation to ...