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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

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It's hardly the common cold. This morning there were 49,799 people currently sick with the virus.  Of those, 9,211 are hospitalized in "serious or critical" condition. Today, Iran is reporting 95 new cases and 15 deaths.  I doubt they are exaggerating.

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I wish the news people would provide comparative statistics for several previous "flu seasons" of number of people "infected" and number of pneumonia deaths. I'm guessing that there is little change year-over-year, and if there is, it may be explained by the gradual ageing of populations.

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Panama bound Air China flights on hold through March

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Posted 25/02/2020

Air China will maintain the suspension of flights on the Houston-Panama-Houston route through March said an airline statement on Twitter on Tuesday, February 25.

The statement added that the airline will subsequently announce the resumption of flights to Panama.

During the month of February, this route was suspended as part of the security measures of many airlines following the spread of the new coronavirus (Covid-19).

In Panama, where no case of coronavirus has been detected, the Ministry of Health (Minsa) continues to review passengers arriving on flights from Asia, Europe, and the United States.

In addition, a provisional evacuation area for symptomatic passengers or meeting the criteria of Covid19 has been enabled at Tocumen International airport.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/travel/panama-bound-air-china-flights-on-hold-through-march

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Flu mortality rate varies year to year and that may be related more to the type of particular strain of the virus circulating that year than anything else.  This year, in the US, the flu season is worse than normal and there is a higher rate of mortality among the very young than is usual. Still, except for some outlier years like 1918, the mortality rate for flu is about 0.5% or less on an annual basis.

Of course, COVID-19 is not a strain of flu at all.  It's in a different family of viruses that behave differently.  Unfortunately, without a laboratory test it's difficult to determine whether a person is infected with it because the symptoms are very similar to respiratory flu.  There aren't other flu-like symptoms which involve the gastrointestinal tract.

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Start beefing up your immune system.  Vit C...eat tangerines !.   Muntivitamin...start some.  Continue to be mindful of NO hands to nose. & mouth !

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Panama  reinforces  checks after  Brazil coronavirus  report

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Posted 26/02/2020

The Ministry of Health (Minsa)   stepped up epidemiological surveillance at entry points to the country on Wednesday, February after  Brazil will report its first case of the new coronavirus, which has already killed some  3000 people, mostly in China.

According to the reports, the patient is a 61-year-old Brazilian who recently traveled to northern Italy where are 374 cases and 12 deaths.

The man tested positive in a preliminary test,  on Tuesday said the Brazilian Ministry of, and then a second analysis was conducted, which also tested positive on Wednesday.

Upon knowing this case of Brazil, the Pablo González, epidemiologist of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that epidemiological surveillance will be reinforced throughout the country.

González said that these inspections and surveillance at ports, airports, and borders will be reinforced, in order to safeguard the main points of entry into Panamanian territory.

Dozens of travelers from Mexico to Brazil have been evaluated with symptoms similar to Brazilian, however, this is the first case in Latin America.

On Wednesday a group of epidemiologists from Minsa made a tour in the port of Vacamonte, where ships from different countries with Asian crews arrive.

The epidemiologist of the Western Panama Region, Lorena Merlo, said that the ships that dock at the international port of Vacamonte are mostly fishing vessels from Indonesia, China, Europe, and South America.

All vessels scheduled to arrive at the port of Vacamonte have been in international waters from the months of June and July of 2019, that is before the outbreak of the new coronavirus began internationally, the surveillance of Minsa remains.

Many of the ships have helipads, and change crew every so often, so it is important to keep monitoring, Gonzalez said.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/panama-reinforces-checks-after-brazil-coronavirus-report

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In general, it seems that the symptoms for the coronavirus infection are somewhat different from the "common" flu. The common flu symptoms include fever, sinus congestion and runny nose. The coronavirus symptoms include the fever, but not the upper respiratory symptoms. It comes through with lower respiratory symptoms, such as coughing and difficulty breathing (i.e. closer to pneumonia). Nothing says you can't have both, for that matter.

 

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Well, at least the kids are safe:

 

AGE
DEATH RATE*
80+ years old
14.8%
70-79 years old
8.0%
60-69 years old
3.6%
50-59 years old
1.3%
40-49 years old
0.4%
30-39 years old
0.2%
20-29 years old
0.2%
10-19 years old
0.2%
0-9 years old
no fatalities
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Health Ministry  spends $2.5 million  on coronavirus preparations

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Posted 27/02/2020

The  Ministry of Health is actively preparing for the potential arrival of the coronavirus (Covid-19). and has already invested $2.5 million in programs to face the new virus which has already surfaced in over 40 countries and is close to being declared a pandemic and threatens the world economy.

Minister of Health, Rosario Turner,  who has previously said that Panama, the “Hub of the Americas”  in shipping and air traffic” is vulnerable.

On Thursday, February 27 she said that the investment has been allocated to health promotion, emergency preparedness, medical shifts, and coverage of places of entry.

The minister indicated that it has been spent on the acquisition of personal and emergency protection supplies, for example, equipment (fans), medications and medical supplies have been purchased.

She added thaH the ealth Ministry spends $2,5 million on coronavirus preparations the mechanisms for prehospital care were coordinated while enabling an isolation room for initial care.

The mechanisms for prehospital care were coordinated while enabling an isolation room for initial care.

The Minsa also reinforced its call center, which will have as its main function to follow up the people who arrive in Panama from countries where Covid-19 is concentrated and the second function will be based on providing information about that virus to the population.

"Prevention is the cornerstone because it can solve 80% of cases that could reach the country," said Turner, who explained that if the first case comes, it will be handled with all the health protocols studied by the Ministry of Health.

In addition, all biosecurity precautions will be taken to avoid contagion to the Panamanian population.

The place designated to transfer the first patients with the new coronavirus will be the San Miguel Arcángel Hospital.

Other centers contemplated for transfers, if necessary, are the Susana Jones Cano and Santo Tomas hospitals. If cases arrive inside the country, they will be treated at the regional directorates of each province.

Hospitals will only be used for people in serious or critical conditions, Turner said

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/health-ministry-spends-25-million-on-coronavirus-preparations

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Yesterday we traveled from Houston to Panama City. Shortly before landing at Tocumen, flight attendents handed out a mandatory one page personal health questionnaire (name, address in Panama, China travel, etc.). At the top of the plane exit ramp that sheet was collected by four individuals fully clothed in surgical garb, masks, and gloves; forehead temperature was taken; then each passenger was told “go” or “stay”. Fortunately more were in the “go” line than huddled in the “stay” group. Bud and I were in the “go” group. Total time involved per passenger for temperature check was about 5 seconds. 

Don’t know what happened to the five ladies and others falling into the “stay” group.

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BTW, passport control personnel at Tocumen were dressed in surgical mask and gloves.

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CON-19 virus reaches Mexico and 50 countries

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Posted 28/02/2020

Mexico became the second country in Latin America to record cases of the new coronavirus after a man in Mexico City and another in Sinaloa (northwest), who were previously in Italy, tested positive on  Friday, September 27.

The 35-year-old Mexico City resident  "is in stable health conditions," said Hugo López-Gatell, Assistant Secretary for Prevention and Promotion of the Ministry of Health at a press conference.

"He has a mild, mild that means he doesn't have pneumonia, he has cold-like symptoms. He is a young individual so he is very low risk."

The young man,  is an "index" case, and "his whole family," composed of five other people, "is in isolation" at the National Institute of Respiratory Diseases, the official said.

From this case, the health authorities made a contact study in which they located "a second case

in Sinaloa," northwest of Mexico, López-Gatell added. "He is a 41-year-old individual currently in a hotel."  but is a resident of the central state of Hidalgo.

Brazil was the first country in Latin America to register a case of the epidemic, which emerged in China and has spread to 50 countries throughout the world.

Italy  contagion
Hugo López-Gatell said the contagion of these two individuals and two others under observation occurred in Bergamo, Italy.

Italy is the country most affected in Europe by COVID-19, with 17 deaths counted and 655 people with a positive diagnosis report AFP.

Travelers from Italy have carried the virus to other European countries, including Switzerland, Spain, Denmark.  Holland, Wales and Northern Ireland,  On Saturday cases were confirmed on the African continent in Algeria and Nigeria.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/con-19-virus-reaches-mexico-and-50-countries-1

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CORONAVIRUS 19 people quarantined  in Herrera

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Posted 28/02/2020

Nineteen  Herrera residents have been quarantined in their homes as part of the security protocols by COVID-19 (coronavirus said  Deputy Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, when on Friday, February 28.

"They are in their homes with their families and must maintain the measures requested by the Ministry of Health for the protection of their families until the term is met," he reiterated.

Sucre said that the people who come from countries where there is contagion are kept under surveillance. and in the whole country, about 800 are monitored

He asked these Panamanians to respect the conditions that are being imposed by the Ministry of Health "for their well-being and the community."

Sucre emphasized that the institution is following up on these patients to use their masks and stay inside their residences. "We are preparing for any situation," he said, while explaining that in Panama there is no positive case of coronavirus.

To date, more than 83,000 cases of people with COVID-19 have been reported in more than 50 countries. Outside of China, the coronavirus has already infected more than 5,000 people and caused more than 80 deaths.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/coronavirus-19-people-quarantined-in-herrera

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13 hours ago, Marcelyn said:

Yesterday we traveled from Houston to Panama City. Shortly before landing at Tocumen, flight attendents handed out a mandatory one page personal health questionnaire (name, address in Panama, China travel, etc.). At the top of the plane exit ramp that sheet was collected by four individuals fully clothed in surgical garb, masks, and gloves; forehead temperature was taken; then each passenger was told “go” or “stay”. Fortunately more were in the “go” line than huddled in the “stay” group. Bud and I were in the “go” group. Total time involved per passenger for temperature check was about 5 seconds. 

Don’t know what happened to the five ladies and others falling into the “stay” group.

https://www.telemetro.com/entrevistas/2020/02/28/pascale-explica-metodos-de-deteccion-del-coronavirus-y-las-medidas-tomadas-en-panama/2617277.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NewsTM 28-02-2020&utm_content=NewsTM 28-02-2020+CID_38711ba3def04d384ac595836ca75100&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=Pascale explica mtodos de deteccin del coronavirus y las medidas tomadas en Panama

Feb 28. Dir of the Gorgas Institute , Panama discusses what the country has in the way of testing kits and as well mode of control and care. 

A nurse's observation:   I went to a doc to get my letter for drivers license renewal ( ole fart) in a small Cooperative Hospital in David  yesterday.  You'd not know there was any possible health problem en route: No Alert or instruction literature or posters, no extra cleaning of anything observed, hand sanitizer on the wall but not everybody in that waiting room used it.  As a paranoid retired nurse I was thinking this might become a place you might pick up a bad germ or too in the near future........I was also thinking that I am glad to get my license renewed now before the coughing starts here.  Sitting waiting for 1.5 hours in a crowded waiting room...( too much time for my paranoid head to think) 

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Ecuador reports first case of Coronavirus

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Posted 29/02/2020

On Saturday, February 29 Ecuador became the third country in Latin  America  to report its first case of the new coronavirus in an elderly  woman who arrived from Madrid to the port of Guayaquil (southwest

"We have the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Ecuador," Health Minister Catalina Andramuño told at a press conference in Guayaquil, noting that the Ecuadorian woman arrived from Spain " where she lives without symptoms" on February 14.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/ecuador-reports-first-case-of-coronavirus

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Coronavirus coming and must be taken seriously- Panama President

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Posted 29/02/2020

The coronavirus  is coming to Panama  and “has to be taken seriously."  Said President Laurentino Cortizo on Saturday, February 29 during a tour in  Coclé.

Cortizo said that like any outbreak, Panama has its team working, while reiterating that they are prepared to take a case of the new coronavirus (Covid-19).

He asked the population not to be alarmed. "Eventually it will arrive,, but we are prepared."

He asked people to follow the recommendations of the Panamanian Health authorities, about hygiene measures such as constant hand washing, among others.

In Panama, no cases have been reported but as there are already cases in Brazil, Mexico, and Ecuador, Panamanian authorities have increased measures at ports of entry and airports.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/coronavirus-coming-and-must-be-taken-seriously-panama-president

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Moderator comment: This is a another posting that is being treated as an exception to our posting guidelines, given the worldwide impact of this health issue.

For those wanting to follow coronavirus in more detail, here is an interesting website. Courtesy of the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Note: some fields on this display are interactive. For instance, if you click on a red dot over a city where a death has occurred, you will see additional details displayed. Or hover your mouse over some data point to see amplifying information.

https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6

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21 under coronavirus watch in Herrera, Chiriqui patient cleared

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Posted 01/03/2020

Another two people were added on the weekend to the list of 19 asymptomatic people, who are under surveillance by the staff of the Ministry of Health in Herrera, as part of the protocols required after the appearance of Convid-19 (new coronavirus).

Luis Pérez, regional director of Health said  that these are 21 travelers who were in countries, such as China and Italy, where there has been an incidence of the new coronavirus

.Meanwhile after testing a male patient, in the province of Chiriquí, the health ministry confirmed that he is not affected by the new coronavirus.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/21-under-coronavirus-watch-in-herrera-chiriqui-patient-cleared-1

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21 under coronavirus watch in Herrera, Chiriqui patient cleared

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Posted 01/03/2020

Another two people were added on the weekend to the list of 19 asymptomatic people, who are under surveillance by the staff of the Ministry of Health in Herrera, as part of the protocols required after the appearance of Convid-19 (new coronavirus).

Luis Pérez, regional director of Health said  that these are 21 travelers who were in countries, such as China and Italy, where there has been an incidence of the new coronavirus

.Meanwhile after testing a male patient, in the province of Chiriquí, the health ministry confirmed that he is not affected by the new coronavirus.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/21-under-coronavirus-watch-in-herrera-chiriqui-patient-cleared-1

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Passenger fear of flying  makes airlines more flexible

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Posted 02/03/2020

The fall in the demand for passengers and the fear of flying because of the coronavirus outbreak has the world's airlines, applying new measures and flexibility in their reservation policies and ticket changes.

American Airlines has announced that it suspends the charge for a surcharge in the exchange and cancellation of flights to travelers who buy tickets between March 1 and March 16.

Flexibility allows passengers to change the flight or cancel it 14 days before the scheduled date. “This change offers customers the best rates with more flexibility. The offer is available for any of the rates published by the airline. 

A similar measure was announced Southwest Airlines that decided not to apply charges for changes or cancellation of flights to passengers, in the context of the situation that exists due to the outbreak of coronavirus that has forced both airlines and passengers to cancel their itineraries to most affected countries like China and some cities in Italy.

American Airlines announced last week that it suspended flights to Milan from New York and Miami. “Due to the reduction in demand, American Airlines suspends operations to and from Milan, Italy and New York (JFK) and Miami (MIA). Flights to Milan are scheduled to resume on April 25. Our teams communicate directly with the affected customers to meet their needs. American continues to review its  flight schedule to ensure that customer needs are met and will make additional improvements as necessary, ”  said Saturday, February 29 statement,

United Airlines reported for trips to northern Italy, changes will be allowed at no cost for travel until April 30. "If you travel until April 30, you can change your flight at no cost in our application," the airline said.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/passenger-fear-of-flying-makes-airlines-more-flexible

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Panama security  leaders discuss coronavirus strategy

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Posted 02/03/2020

Leaders of Panama’s security authorities on Sunday, March 1  met with,   Juan Manuel Pino Minister of Public Security and , Juan Deputy Minister  Ivor Pitti, to review the plans and strategies to synchronize efforts safely in coordination with the Ministry of Health (Minsa), in anticipation of the threat of Coronavirus.

They will  support  Minsa  and ensure that the sanitary measures established by the health authorities, and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), which include controls to prevent and  confront the threat

The directors of the security agencies, Oriel Ortega of the National Border Service (Senafront), Jorge Miranda of the National Police and Ramón Nonato López of the National Aeronaval Service (Senan), were present at the working meeting.

Members of security agencies have recently participated in seminars given by experts from the Ministry of Health on how to be prepared and how to respond to the new Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, both in preventive measures and in the event of positive cases.

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/panama-security-leaders-discuss-coronavirus-strategy

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Panama cabinet approves Coronavirus alert
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Posted 03/03/2020

Panama ‘s Cabinet Council approved on Tuesday, March 3, a resolution to raise the alert for the coronavirus epidemic, which is spreading throughout the world, in accordance with international requirements.

The announcement came as Argentina and Chile announced their first cases the US death toll in Washington State reached  9, deaths in Italy passed the 50 marks and Spain recorded its first death. While the World Bank announced a contingency fund of 12 billion for the coronavirus.

The Minister of Health, Rosario Turner, explained that the approval of the alert that the World Health Organization (WHO) has presented due to the risk of the new coronavirus was approved. "This allows us to have the support of the Ministry of Security and have more resources."

Turner said that among the actions to prevent the coronavirus is to have economic resources (apart from the already authorized million dollars ) with about $3 million more.

The minister said that no cases of coronavirus have been registered in Panama.


https://www.newsroompanama.com/health/panama-cabinet-approves-coronavirus-alert-1

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No cases here yet?  ...or no positive tests?.......curious as to how many tests have been performed and with what test kits.

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Tourism and the Coronavirus threat

A drop in the flow of tourists to the region, cancellation of reservations and the suspension of flights are part of the expected consequences of the spread of the virus worldwide.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

According to the report prepared by the Central Bank of Costa Rica called "Commentary on the national economy for February 2020", derived from the outbreak of pneumonia caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus (coronavirus) is expected to report a negative impact on the influx of tourists to the country.

You may be interested in "Tourism and Travel: Consumer Interests and Preferences"

In the Dominican Republic, the government suspended flights between Italy and the Caribbean country on Feb. 28, because the European nation is the second largest exporter of the coronavirus.

Four flights per week are operated between Italy and the Dominican Republic, and it is estimated that around 8,000 Italian tourists arrive in the Caribbean country each month.

Also see "Coronavirus: What are the Impacts for the Region?"

Panama is another country that has lost part of its air connections, since at the beginning of February it was reported that Air China had decided to suspend for one month its only flight between Panama and China, which makes a technical stopover in Houston, USA, arguing that this is due to measures to stop the spread of the Coronavirus.

Panamanian authorities have met with local businessmen to address the issue. At a meeting on March 3, the president of the Panama Chamber of Tourism (Camtur), Ernesto Orillac, said that "... The tourism sector is aware of what is happening worldwide with the virus, which in reality does not have such a large impact. However, what is worrying is the rapid way in which this virus is spreading."

 

https://www.centralamericadata.com/en/article/main/Tourism_and_the_Coronavirus_threat

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Copa Airlines cut change fees for March bookings

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Posted 06/03/2020

Copa Airlines has joined other airlines trying to cope with the effects of coronavirus with a Friday. March 6  announcement that it has relaxed its policies for changing the date/flight or route.

The initiative called "Buy with confidence and without change fee means that all passengers who buy tickets from March 5 to 31 for travel until June 15, 2020, can do so with the peace of mind that if they want to change their trip they will not have to pay additional charges.

In addition, it offers special promotions to selected destinations from Panama City.

The "Buy with confidence and no change fee" program applies to any of the 80 Copa  destinations

 

https://www.newsroompanama.com/travel/copa-airlines-cut-change-fees-for-march-bookings

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