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Significant pandemic milestones:

  • February 21st: Likely transfer of coronavirus from a teacher (who had traveled to Europe)  to Panama's first coronavirus death victim (Norato González); Click Here
  • March 3rd: Resolution passed raising national alert level regarding coronavirus epidemic; Click Here
  • March 8th: First confirmed coronavirus death (Norato González) in Panama; Click Here
  • March 9th: First confirmed case of coronavirus in Panama; not the date of case arrival in Panama, but the date the coroniavirus link was confirmed; Click Here
  • March 12th: President Cortizo declares a a national state of emergency; Click Here
  • March 15th: Certain business hours regulated, elective surgeries and routine medical consults suspended; Click Here
  • March 15th: Several provinces invoke a "dry law" (banning sales of alcoholic beverages) and implementing curfews; Chiriqui Province included; Click Here
  • March 15th: Foreigners banned from entering Panama; Click Here
  • March 17th: Countrywide curfew (9:00PM to 5:00AM) mandated; Click Here
  • March 22nd: All commercial flights into and out of Panama suspended; Click Here
  • March 23rd: Countrywide curfew (5:00PM to 5:00AM) mandated; Click Here
  • March 25th: Countrywide quarantine with restricted mobility mandated; sales of alcoholic beverages banned; Click Here
  • May 11th: Effective date of lifting the ban on the sales of alcoholic beverages; Click Here
  • May 13th: The gradual reopening of certain categories of business; Click Here
  • May 18th: People are authorized to leave their homes to exercise outdoors, but on a short lease; Click Here
  • June 1st: Quarantine lifted, but a 7:00PM to 5:00AM curfew is in effect; Click Here
  • June 3rd: Hardware stores reopen with limited hours; Click Here
  • June 6th and June 8th: Curfew/mobility restrictions elevated for Panama, Panama Oeste, and Veragaus regions; Click Here and Click Here
  • July 25th: Full weekend quarantine (lockdown) re-implemented for Panama; Click Here
  • July 27th: More restrictive mobility constraints including gender restrictions re-implemented, including Chiriqui Province; Click Here and Click Here

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Copa suspends operations on Sunday

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Posted 20/03/2020

Copa Airlines announced on   Friday, March 20 that they temporarily suspend their operations from next Sunday, March 22 at 11:59 pm for at least 30 days.

This decision is made after the Government of Panama will order the suspension of all national and international flights for a period of one month, as part of the measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

A company statement  that once this period has ended, they hope to resume operations on April 22,

“ At Copa Airlines we understand and support the decision of the Government of Panama. Nothing is more important than the health and well-being of Panama and the countries we serve, from the Hub of the Americas " said Pedro Heilbron president of Panama’s flagship airline.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/travel/copa-suspends-operations-on-sunday

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A CL member who is temporarily unable to post (Internet issues) has provided a link to a website that provides fairly high quality statistics about coronavirus on a worldwide basis, but then you also can drill down to see statistics on a country-by-country basis. Here is the link:

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/.

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Posted (edited)

The New York Times continues to provide excellent, up-to-date global coverage which I've been following. Subscription waived.

"We are providing free access to the most important news and useful guidance on the coronavirus outbreak to help readers understand the pandemic. Sign up with an email address to read all of the articles on this page."

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-maps.html?action=click&module=Top Stories&pgtype=Homepage&action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage#us

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Posted (edited)
13 hours ago, Keith Woolford said:

The New York Times continues to provide excellent, up-to-date global coverage which I've been following. Subscription waived.

"We are providing free access to the most important news and useful guidance on the coronavirus outbreak to help readers understand the pandemic. Sign up with an email address to read all of the articles on this page."

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-maps.html?action=click&module=Top Stories&pgtype=Homepage&action=click&module=Spotlight&pgtype=Homepage#us

 

Keith,

 

I couldn't agree with you more.   I've been a reader of the New York Times from childhood since we had home delivery and we used to fight over the crossword puzzle on sundays. 

 

In fact just the other day I wasn't feeling well and thought perhaps I had contracted the Coronavirus until I came across the article below.

 

What a relief that was.

 

 

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Removal of US political content

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As of 7:15AM this morning (Sunday, March 22, 2020), the Minsa website is reporting 245 cases and 3 deaths in Panama.

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El virus también viaja en el transporte público

La experiencia de Wuhan indica que tomar medidas sobre el transporte masivo de pasajeros es clave para contener la pandemia.

https://www.prensa.com/impresa/panorama/el-virus-tambien-viaja-en-el-transporte-publico/

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Covid-19 suma ya 3 muertes en Panamá

Las defunciones y casos por Covid-19 siguen en aumento entre la población de 20 a 59 años de edad; ayer se implementaron otros cercos sanitarios. 
Aleida.Samaniego C.
22 mar 2020 - 12:00 AM

https://www.prensa.com/impresa/panorama/covid-19-suma-ya-3-muertes-en-panama/

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China donates virus tests, masks and ventilators to Panama

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Posted 21/03/2020

While President Trump continues to label COVID-19   the  China virus the Republic of China has extended a helping hand to Panama, initially with consultations with Panama doctors leading the fight against the disease, and with the donation of 5,000 tests for the detection of the virus.

In addition to the tests, 100,000 masks and 5 artificial ventilators, have also been donated,   reports  Chinese Ambassador to Panama, Wei Qiang.

The donation, according to Qiang,, was made possible by the Alibaba and Jack Ma foundations.

In a Twitter message, Chinese embassy spokesman Jiang Wei added that "union is the best way to deal with the pandemic."

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/china-donates-virus-tests-masks-and-ventilators-to-panama

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VIRUS: Lqbor-employer contracts suspended

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Posted 21/03/2020

President Cortizo who on Friday, March 20  ordered the closure of commercial establishments and companies (with some exceptions) throughout the country, for 30 days, to slow the advance of Covid-19 has added a new decree covering employment contracts,

Workers are not obliged to provide the service and employers are not obliged to pay wages."

The workers affected by the  measure will be included in the lists of beneficiaries of the programs established by the Executive, " to mitigate the lack of regular income, while the suspension lasts."

A plan, labeled 'Panama Solidario' consists of the delivery of "vouchers" to "informal workers, people who are unemployed, regardless of whether they lost their job due to this crisis or not",. 'Panamá Solidario' has an initial injection of $50 million.

The companies that have closed may also request the economic benefits dictated by the Government, as a result of the state of emergency.

Once the emergency declaration ends, the workers will return to their jobs, " under the same conditions established in the employment contract in force at the time of the suspension."

For the rest of the companies, the Ministry of Labor has proposed solutions to the crisis, such as early vacations and teleworking reports La Prensa.

 New cases of Covid-19 disease began to emerge in the provinces. The Friday situation report theMinistry of Health (Minsa)  shows a total of 200 cases, of which 10 are in the provinces of Chiriquí, Veraguas, Coclé, and Colón.

The Minister of Health, Rosario Turner, announced that if the population "does not become aware" of staying at home and following the prevention measures disclosed, the government must take "stronger" measures.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/virus-lqbor-employer-contracts-suspended

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Hotels exempt from business shutdown decree

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Posted 21/03/2020

Panama  hotels hosting long term residents and tourist accommodations with guests stuck in Panama because of the pandemic are exempt from a presidential decree closing shops and businesses for 30 days from March 21 says the Panama Tourist Authority.

Two hotels, Decameron and the Riu Plaza have already closed their doors and others in the battered industry are expected to follow suit.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/business/hotels-exempt-from-business-shutdown-decree

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Woman doctor Panama’s second coronavirus death

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Posted 21/03/2020

Dr. Elvia Múñoz 50-inked to the transplant program of the Social Security Fund (CSS). Who herself underwent transplant surgery years ago became Panama’s second fatal victim of coronavirus (covid-19).

She passed away around 10:00 pm on Friday, March 20, according to preliminary reports.

The first fatal victim was the director of the Monsignor Francisco Beckmann College, 64-year-old Norato González, who died on March 8.

Until early Saturday afternoon, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) has reported 200 cases of coronavirus, of those 171 patients are in home isolation.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/woman-doctor-panamas-second-coronavirus-death

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Panama leads in virus fight so let’s stay home

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Posted 21/03/2020

Trade restrictive measures, the curfew and the sanitary fence are tools that seek to prevent the spread of more Panamanians. Scientists who are experts in this area have explained to us that the epidemic can reach its peak in Panama in three weeks. Everything will depend on us maintaining sanitary measures, respecting social isolation, and collaborating with the authorities. This is a democratic epidemic in which we can all be infected, or we can unintentionally infect third parties. The national government has been extremely respectful of the constitutional and legal rights of all Panamanians. Each new measure has been supported by scientific evidence that justifies its application. Our health system has been internationally praised as an example, for its action against the pandemic. Our doctors, nurses, assistants, health technicians, researchers, and other members of the public health system are carrying out this fight for Panamanians. Let's contribute with what we must do as citizens: let's stay at home. - LA PRENSA, MAR, 21
 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/opinion/panama-leads-in-virus-fight-so-lets-stay-home

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Moderator comment: For the life of me, I have no idea what the word "ailenceon" is supposed to mean. Any suggestions?

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Social distancing  and ailenceon Panama subway and buses

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Posted 21/03/2020

Panama Metro and Mi Bus have implemented a series of measures to reduce the risks of contagion of the coronavirus (Covid-19) in trains, stations,  and buses.

On the trains, , they have marked seats so that users do not occupy them so they maintain a distance of at least a meter.  from other travelers

They also urge users to keep a distance of two meters between people when waiting for the train on the platform. They should do the same when standing  in the wagons.

"As a preventive measure, we recommend that all users remain silent during their journey in the Metro to minimize the risk of contagion says the transport service,

Meanwhile, the Mi Bus reported a series of measures that will be applied inside the buses so that passengers keep their distance.

For example, the two seats behind the driver are disabled. While the rest of the seats will be used in an interleaved way, so that there is one empty row between each user.

Users will not be able to use the posts that are marked (with a red cross). Green circular signs have been placed on each of the buses, indicating  places where passengers  can stand

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https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/social-distancing-and-ailenceon-panama-subway-and-buses

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46 minutes ago, Moderator_02 said:

ailenceon

Social distancing.  It is VERY obvious that from the start  ( possibly long before the first case left China) Panama was developing a plan of containment.  

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34 minutes ago, Brundageba said:

Social distancing.  It is VERY obvious that from the start  ( possibly long before the first case left China) Panama was developing a plan of containment.  

Thanks. I actually did look it up in a Spanish dictionary (actually several dictionaries), as well as variations on the spelling, and could get no match. You have helped me understand what that title was trying to say.

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Moderator comment: Below is an email from the US Embassy in Panama City.

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------ Original Message ------
To:
Sent: 3/22/2020 11:33:24 AM
Subject: Health Alert - U.S. Embassy Panama City, Panama (March 22, 2020)
 

 

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Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Panama City, Panama (March 22, 2020)

 

Location:  Panama

 

Event:  Effective at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 22, Panama will suspend all commercial flights into and out of Panama. The Government of Panama enacted a nationwide curfew from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.  On Thursday, March 19, the U.S. Department of State issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory. 

 

In light of the impending suspension of all commercial flights into and out of Panama, the U.S. Embassy in Panama City urges U.S. Citizens intending to depart Panama to do so today, Sunday, March 22. In addition, considering the 9:00 pm curfew, the Embassy further urges U.S. Citizens departing on evening flights to ensure their arrival at the airport prior to the 9:00 pm curfew.

 

For those U.S. Citizens unable to depart Panama, the Panamanian Tourism Authority has confirmed that certain hotels and tourist accommodations remain open for those foreign visitors already in Panama and unable to depart the country. Questions about accommodations can be directed to the Tourism Authority at 6330-2520 or contacto@atop.gob.pa.

The Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory for COVID-19.

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 2 Global COVID-19 Outbreak Notice

 

U.S. government personnel are restricted from non-essential domestic and international travel.

 

Actions to Take:

 

 

Assistance: 

 

  • U.S. Embassy Panama City, Panama

Building 783, Demetrio Basilio Lakas Avenue

      Clayton, Panama

+507 317-5000

      Panama-ACS@state.gov

      https://pa.usembassy.gov/

 

  • State Department - Consular Affairs

+1 (888)407-4747 or +1 (202)501-4444 

 

 

 

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Moderator comment: Below is an email from the US Embassy in Panama City.

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------ Forwarded Message ------
To:
Sent: 3/22/2020 3:14:08 PM
Subject: Message for U.S. Citizens: U.S. citizens who are considering returning to the United States
 

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 U.S. citizens who are considering returning to the United States should work with their airlines to make travel arrangements while flights are still available.  In case commercial transportation options cease to be available, we are compiling a list of persons seeking to leave Panama.  Please enroll in STEP and provide your name and contact information to our email address: PanamaCityUSCitizen@state.gov so we can contact you as soon as we have any updates. 

 

·         Your email message should include the following information:

·         Your full name as spelled in your passport

·         Information we can use to contact you now – a current phone number and email address.

·         Your date of birth (MM/DD/YYYY)

·         Your passport number, and its date of issuance and expiration.  If it is not a U.S. passport, please note the country that issued it.  

·         Please also note any non-U.S. citizen immediate family members traveling with you.

·         Please note your current location (city and country) and any special needs you may have, such as medical issues.

 

Assistance:

U.S. Embassy Panama City, Panama

+507 317-5000

Panama-ACS@state.gov

https://pa.usembassy.gov/

 

State Department - Consular Affairs

+1 (888)407-4747 or +1 (202)501-4444

 

Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security updates

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

 

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Covid 19 cases reach 313  with 13 critical - total citizen quarantine warning

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Posted 22/03/2020

The number of Covid-19 cases climbed on  Sunday, March 22, to 313, an increase of 68 in 24 hours reports the Ministry of Health (Minsa).

The confirmed death toll remains at three, but a fourth is under investigation while authorities consider mandatory quarantine as people skip social distancing.

Lourdes Moreno, head of Epidemiology, said that 268 people are in home isolation; There are 42 hospitalized patients, and of these 29 are in the ward with moderate symptoms and 13 in intensive care units, in critical condition.

To date  3,099 coronavirus tests have been carried out of which 90% were negative.

Moreno said  that 255 patients are between the ages of 20 and 59 and a five month old baby has been infected

Enrique Lau Cortés, director of the Social Security Fund, said  that they are considering more energetic measures in view of the reality that people do not comply with social distancing  . “They must stay home and protect their families”, he said.

The Minister of Security, Juan Pino, explained said that if there is a total quarantine, departure time will be established for people to buy food and medicine according to the last number of the ID, and they will have two hours only to travel and return to their home.

Adults over 60, regardless of their ID number, can buy between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

The vice-minister of Health, Luis Sucre announced that the transportation of Health workers has been coordinated so that they can get to their jobs and homes s safely.

Curfew violators
The Minister of Security, Juan Pino, said that the arrests of minors were tripled during the curfew ordered on March 17. On Friday, 9 minors were held on Friday and, 29 on Saturday.

321 adults were detained in the last 24 hours.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/covid-19-cases-reach-313-with-13-critical-total-citizen-quarantine-mooted-1

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Copa "extraodinary: flights for stranded Argentinians

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Posted 22/03/2020

Some 400 Argentinians  Argentine citizens stranded at Tocumen International Airport since Saturday, March 21 will be flying home on Copa Airlines on extraordinary flights. that will take off early Monday, March 23 after negotiations between the Argentine Embassy in Panama, the airline  and the Argentine government.

There were to be  three extraordinary flights, for Argentinians who were already in Panama and would depart at 1:10 am, 2:10 am and 3:10 am

The  flights were  valid only for Argentines who had airline tickets and were ready to leave Panama but stayed in the country as a result of the restrictions that Argentina imposed on planes that were destined for Ezeiza International Airport

The flights were the last from Tocumen, which is now closed to international travel, in and out.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/copa-extraodinary-flights-for-stranded-argentinians

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Food for  Heroes program aids medical staff

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Posted 22/03/2020

In five days, 1000  free plates of food have been delivered to doctors and nurses working on the front line in the fight against  the coronavirus

Chefs  chefs, restaurant owners, foodies delivery platforms and anonymous volunteers are working to send to  the  different hospitals in the country.

"The initiative, called Food for Our Heroes PTY, started this week, and at least 50 restaurants, the ASAP delivery platform and seven anonymous volunteers have already joined," said Carla Severino, who manages the Foodloverspty instagram account, from where the idea went viral.

Plates of food were delivered to the San Miguel Arcángel Hospital; the San Miguelito clinic; the Santo Tomás Hospital; the Social Security Fund and the Irma de Lourdes de Tzanetatos Hospital, in n December 24.

"We are organizing to get food  to the Nicolás Solano Hospital, in La Chorrera, as well as other hospitals in Chiriquí and Veraguas," says Severino.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/news/food-for-heroes-program-aids-medical-staff

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Construction unions and bosses reach shutdown agreement

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Posted 22/03/2020

The Panama Construction Chamber  (Capac) and thein the Construction  Union (Suntracs) have reached an agreement to temporarily halt construction works due to coronavirus (COVID-19) state of emergency.

Jorge Luis Lara, president of Capac and Saúl Méndez, secretary-general of Suntracs, signed the agreement that seeks to protect construction workers and prevent the expansion of COVID-19.

The  agreement also  carries the signature of the Minister of Labor Doris Zapata, and says that "agreements will be established to provide workers with partial and temporary economic resources, which will contribute to the maintenance of basic expenses."

They also agreed "to cancel no later than March 28, , the biweekly salary.

It also  says that the payment of the item corresponding to the Thirteenth Month must be made no later than April 15.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/business/construction-unions-and-bosses-reach-shutdown-agreement

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Panama’s economic chaos threat

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Posted 22/03/2020

The Covid-19 crisis has meant a blow to the economy of much of the world, including Panama. The Government's responses to the health component have been impeccable. But the economy requires more attention.

For example, Executive Decree No. 81 of March 20, 2020 seeks to provide an outlet for all parties in labor matters. In this case, the Government has claimed that a simple suspension of labor contracts will be enough to mitigate the problem of the thousands of company employees who have stopped receiving income.

The move may have been late. In less than a week we have already closed companies. The Government presented a solution that requires each employer to justify to the Labor  Ministry the need to suspend the workers, after which the authority will evaluate each case and proceed to notify its decision.

The formula suggests that everything is working normally and that companies would have the time to fill out forms and employees would wait for their situation to be decided. What happened to the informal? How are entrepreneurs or independent professionals? Those and other responses that the country needs to overcome the threat of the other disease we are facing: economic chaos. – LA PRENSA. Mar.22

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/opinion/panamas-economic-chaos-threat

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Moderator comment: More bad proofreading. Obviously the end of this article is sitting on someone's computer in PC.

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More sanitary fences as virus cases reach 245, and 3 deaths

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Posted 22/03/2020

As the number of cases of Covid-19 climbed to 245, with three deaths, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) has  created more “sanitary fences” and warned of tougher restrictions on movement if people fail to comply with calls for social isolation. 

Figures released on Saturday. March 21  show that of the total number of cases, 209 are in home isolation with mild symptoms; 12 are hospitalized in intensive care units, and 21 in wards.

The  Minsa’s  national director of Epidemiology Lourdes Moreno explained that 80.8% of the cases are in the age range of 20 to 59 years, which represents the population that travels to work

Most cases are  in the capital city, especially in San Francisco (30), Juan Díaz (24), Bella Vista (15), Betania (13) and Las Cumbres (11).

SANITARY FENCES
The Vice Minister of Health, Luis Sucre, announced that sanitary fences were implemented in the province of Los Santos and Herrera, in the access to  Divisa and Ocú and also in Guabalá and Viguí in the province of Chiriquí.

The four new sanitary fences are added to those already established in the provinces of Panamá, Panamá Oeste and Colón.

He pointed out that part of the population is not complying with social isolation, and if this behavior continues, the Government will find it necessary to implement more drastic measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

BLOOD DONORS
Another situation that the health system is facing is the lack of blood donors, who are not going to hospitals for fear of acquiring the virus.

The head of Hematology of Dr. Arnulfo Arias Madrid Hospital Complex, Dimas Quiel warned that in two weeks they can be in red numbers for  blood banks.

Health Minister Rosario Turner has already warned at a press conference that the country is in phase 3 of the Covid-19 disease pandemic.

She said that if people do not become aware of the situation, stronger decisions can be made, such as limiting mobilization during the day. This is a measure that has been ruled out until now, "but we are measuring the behavior of citizens."

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) , a pandemic has six phases. Phase three, which Panama is in, indicates that the pathogen has caused sporadic cases or small clusters of disease in people, but "without enough person-to-person transmission to maintain sustained outbreaks at the community level."

Phase 4 is characterized by proven transmission from person to person, resulting in its ability to generate “outbreaks at the community level”.

For this reason, the Health authorities ask the popul

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/more-sanitary-fences-as-virus-cases-reach-245-and-3-deaths

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Dos nuevas muertes por coronavirus en Panamá: una menor de 13 años y un hombre de 92

Hasta ayer, en el país habían 313 personas contagiadas por el Covid-19.
 
23 mar 2020 - 06:26 AM

https://www.prensa.com/sociedad/dos-nuevas-muertes-por-coronavirus-en-panama-una-menor-de-13-anos-y-un-hombre-de-92/

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Autoridades se preparan para la cuarentena total

El ministro de Seguridad, Juan Pino, dijo que una vez se decrete esta medida, los ciudadanos solo podrán salir de sus casas dos horas al día. Esto se controlará con el número de terminación de la cédula.
 
Urania Cecilia Molina / Alex E. Hernández
23 mar 2020 - 12:00 AM

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