Filter for Panama Government Actions to Stop the Spread of Coronavirus

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2020-08-03 Out Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Cortizo Cohen presented 12 priority actions of the plan for economic and social recovery that mainly includes economic support to micro, small and medium-sized companies and entrepreneurs, who constitute around 90% of the country’s companies and generate more than 70% of the jobs nationwide.
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2020-07-30 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
President Cortizo Cohen calls on the private sector to join forces against the Covid-19 pandemic
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2020-07-29 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Cabinet approves measures to support MSMEs and the agricultural sector in the face of the pandemic
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2020-07-29 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Cabinet approves the 2021 draft budget for B / .24,088.9 million. The budget, which is based on economic growth of 4%, allocates 15% for Health and 12% for Education
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2020-07-29 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
Increasing the number of personnel on the front line of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic with doctors from the private sector and, if required, foreign specialists - subject to compliance with legal regulations and in agreement with local unions - are some of the actions being carried out by the National government.
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2020-07-26 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
Panama reinforces with more scientists teams seeking access to the vaccine against Covid-19
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2020-07-26 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Car dealerships, private construction businesses, and companies providing administrative or professional services will be allowed to resume operations
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2020-07-26 Out Public health measures: Isolation and quarantine policies
Panama will further reopen its economy in areas of Los Santos, Herrera, and Coclé from Monday, July 26
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2020-07-25 In Lockdown: Full lockdown
total quarantine restrictions will be imposed on Saturdays and Sundays in the provinces of Colón, Chiriquí, and Bocas del Toro from Saturday, July 25
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2020-07-24 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
Government inaugurates Operations Center for Community Control and Traceability before Covid-19 in Los Santos
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2020-07-24 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Panama declines to host the XXIV Central American and Caribbean Sports Games 2022 and the Women’s World Cup
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2020-07-24 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
The chief executive stressed that his economic recovery plan is structured on a pyramid based on agricultural producers, micro-entrepreneurs, and Panamanians from neighborhoods, all accompanied by a strengthening of the country’s financial institutions.
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2020-07-21 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Cabinet approves measures to benefit entrepreneurs, workers and customers of electricity companies
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2020-07-21 In Socio-economic measures: Emergency administrative structures activated or established
DGCP chief explains controls to ensure transparency in hiring during pandemic
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2020-07-20 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
extended the suspension of international commercial flights until at least August 22
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2020-07-20 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Phase 2 of reopening: private sector employees are to arrive at work by 08:00, and public sector employees by 09:00.
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2020-07-20 Out Movement restrictions: Curfews
Phase 2 of reopening: The 19:00 to 05:00 curfew will remain in place, with accompanied children allowed outside between 16:00 and 19:00
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2020-07-20 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Phase 2 of reopening: Places of worship, parks, and sporting facilities are limited to 25-percent capacity
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2020-07-20 Out Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
Phase 2 of reopening: Large gatherings, contact sports, and beach activities remain banned.
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2020-07-20 Out Movement restrictions: Border closure 
Phase 2 of reopening: Foreign nationals and non-residents are banned from entering Panama.
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2020-07-16 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
The president appointed 20 promoters who will work at the Traceability Center in San Miguelito, whose task will be to visit the homes of each of the people whose result is positive, as well as the contacts and their families, in order to meet their needs and seek that they receive the social support they require.
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2020-07-16 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
a weekend curfew is in place between 19:00 on Fridays and 05:00 on Mondays (local time).
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2020-07-16 In Lockdown: Partial lockdown
Unless individuals fall under one of the quarantine exemptions, women are permitted to leave their residence on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, while men are permitted to leave their residence on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. On those days, residents are permitted to leave the house for one hour to shop for food or medication, according to the last digit of their passport
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2020-07-16 In Movement restrictions: Surveillance and monitoring
To positive people with mild symptoms, promoters give them a kit that includes an oximeter, digital thermometer, lenses, masks, and medications for treatment at their residence; In addition, they are provided with a megabag of food.
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2020-07-16 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
To positive people with mild symptoms, promoters give them a kit that includes an oximeter, digital thermometer, lenses, masks, and medications for treatment at their residence; In addition, they are provided with a megabag of food.
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2020-07-09 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
inter-institutional purchasing table COVID-19 and the operations center for community control and traceability. the work of the inter-institutional table is of great importance for the rapid acquisition, and at a reasonable price, of medicines and equipment such as beds, oxygen, oximeters, fans and monitors that are necessary to continue saving the lives of citizens in hospital centers
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2020-07-09 In Socio-economic measures: Emergency administrative structures activated or established
The institutional purchasing table COVID-19 is made up of purchasing managers from the CSS and MINSA, the General Directorate of Public Procurement, a representative from the General Comptroller of the Republic and another from the special projects unit. It works with a vision of a single health system where strategies are agreed, purchases of supplies and equipment are planned and executed quickly and urgently in the fight against the virus
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2020-07-02 In Socio-economic measures: Humanitarian exemptions
The suspension of the flights will last until July 23; 30 more days from the original date that was June 22. Except for humanitarian flights
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2020-07-02 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
the Civil Aviation Authority extended for the third time, the suspension of international flights until 11:59 pm on July 22
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2020-07-02 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Tocumen Airport and Copa adapt facility to restart commercial flights
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2020-07-01 Out Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
President sanctions law granting moratorium on loans granted by banks, finance companies and cooperatives until December 31, 2020
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2020-06-22 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Govt of Panama authorizes the distribution, sale, and consumption of alcohol across the nation, lifting previous purchasing limits. Alcohol must be sold in sealed containers and is intended for home consumption only. This change does not affect those areas that are under a health cordon.
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2020-06-22 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
External Consultation will be reopened at the Pediatric Specialties Hospital "Omar Torrijos Herrera" of the Social Security Fund (CSS).The consultations will resume gradually and will start with five control patients in the specialties of neurology, hematology, oncology, orthopedics, pediatric surgery, dermatology, cardiology and nephrology.
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2020-06-22 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Government of Panama authorizes the distribution, sale, and consumption of alcohol across the nation, lifting previous purchasing limits. Alcohol must be sold in sealed containers and is intended for home consumption only. This change does not affect those areas that are under a health cordon.
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2020-06-19 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Government reduces the lease fee to companies in the Free Zone by 75%
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2020-06-17 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Moratorium until December approved in second debate, will apply to banks, finance companies and cooperatives
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2020-06-17 In Socio-economic measures: Humanitarian exemptions
The Civil Aviation Authority extended for a further 30 days the suspension of international flights with the exception of humanitarian flights and those necessary to transport medical equipment and any supplies necessary to face the health crisis due to covid-19.
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2020-06-17 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
Panama extends suspension of international flights for an additional 30 days
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2020-06-15 In Public health measures: Mass population testing
Minsa began the application of the new "test kit", with the goal of carrying out 2,500 tests from house to house, for every 100,000 inhabitants.
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2020-06-15 In Social distancing: Changes in prison-related policies
Prisoners’ families may send medications by parcel. The measure was taken by the authorities to address the complex health situation in the country’s prisons, aggravated by the Covid-19 pandemic
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2020-06-13 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
Electoral Court enabled online system for renewal of identity cards
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2020-06-06 In Socio-economic measures: Humanitarian exemptions
All international and domestic commercial passenger flights are suspended, until June 22. There are exceptions for cargo, humanitarian, medical supplies, medical evacuation, and government aircraft flights.
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2020-06-06 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
curfew will be extended for Panama Oeste and Panama provinces. On Saturday, June 6 curfew will begin at 5 p.m. and will last until Monday, June 8 at 5 a.m.
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2020-06-06 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
All international and domestic commercial passenger flights are suspended, until June 22. There are exceptions for cargo, humanitarian, medical supplies, medical evacuation, and government aircraft flights.
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2020-06-04 In Movement restrictions: Checkpoints within the country
The Government of Panama still maintains security checkpoints on the roads and prohibits most interprovincial travel.
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2020-06-04 In Movement restrictions: Domestic travel restrictions
The Government of Panama still maintains security checkpoints on the roads and prohibits most interprovincial travel.
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2020-06-04 In Movement restrictions: Domestic travel restrictions
health cordon has been declared in the district of Chiriqui Grande, and in the communities of Pantanal and Finca 1 in Changuinola, and Solución in Bocas del Toro.
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2020-06-01 In Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
This new flexibility does not permit social group activities, cultural events, festivals, visits to the beach, contact sports, or any other activity that violates social distancing.
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2020-06-01 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Also on June 1, the second economic block will be allowed to open. The sectors included in that block are: public construction, mining of non-metals, industry, and religious sites, parks, social areas, and sporting areas will be allowed to operate at 25 percent capacity.
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2020-06-01 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
This new flexibility does not permit social group activities, cultural events, festivals, visits to the beach, contact sports, or any other activity that violates social distancing.
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2020-06-01 Out Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
Also on June 1, the second economic block will be allowed to open. The sectors included in that block are: public construction, mining of non-metals, industry, and religious sites, parks, social areas, and sporting areas will be allowed to operate at 25 percent capacity.
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2020-06-01 Out Movement restrictions: Curfews
Starting June 1, the quarantine with movement restrictions will end. The quarantine and two-hour movement windows will be replaced by a curfew from 7 pm to 5 am, Monday through Sunday.
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2020-06-01 Out Movement restrictions: Curfews
Children will also be free to move about from 4 pm to 7 pm, accompanied by a parent, guardian, or caretaker.
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2020-06-01 In Public health measures: Requirement to wear protective gear in public
The use of masks and social distancing will still be required.
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2020-05-27 In Lockdown: Partial lockdown
Until this May 31 the quarantine of Sunday is maintained’, Eyra Ruiz
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2020-05-27 In Public health measures: Awareness campaigns
Office of the Ombudsman implements a telephone line to capture complaints about human rights violations
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2020-05-18 In Public health measures: Requirement to wear protective gear in public
Exercises such as bicycling, running, and skating will now be permissible activities if done within one kilometer of your home, with a mask, and inside your two-hour window. Sundays will remain a day of total quarantine.
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2020-05-18 In Social distancing: Schools closure 
junior high and middle school youth will join the program Connect with the star , who will receive classes through SerTv and TVMax
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2020-05-18 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
Government Takes Step to End Quarantine Gender Discrimination
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2020-05-18 In Movement restrictions: Domestic travel restrictions
Exercises such as bicycling, running, and skating will now be permissible activities if done within one kilometer of your home, with a mask, and inside your two-hour window. Sundays will remain a day of total quarantine.
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2020-05-17 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
Panama ban on international flights has been extended until June 22, "for reasons of public health."
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2020-05-16 Out Socio-economic measures: Limit product imports/exports
Panama has been able to resume its exports of watermelons and melons to England.
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2020-05-16 Out Movement restrictions: Surveillance and monitoring
companies must inform the Ministry of Labor and Labor Development (Mitradel) of the list with the personal data of the workers who will return to their jobs.
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2020-05-16 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
DGI extends payment of income tax
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2020-05-15 In Socio-economic measures: Emergency administrative structures activated or established
Executive sanctions law that ensures municipal budget rescue
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2020-05-15 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
Minister Turner explained MINSA purchases to face COVID-19 cases
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2020-05-14 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Third phase of the digital voucher for the Panama Solidarity Plan for the benefit of 149,684 people who will have access to food purchases during the emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic through their ID card. personal identity. This represents an additional B / .11,974,720 million.
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2020-05-13 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Executive announces Agro Solidarity Plan to guarantee food security
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2020-05-13 Out Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
industrial fisheries and aquaculture permitted to open
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2020-05-13 Out Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
opening of shops of the first will take place this May 13 and includes mechanical workshops and spare parts in general, technical services: plumbers, electricians, systems maintenance, air conditioners, elevators, maintenance and cleaning of swimming pools; industrial fisheries and aquaculture and retail sales in the form of online sales or electronic commerce.
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2020-05-13 In Public health measures: Other public health measures enforced
For this opening of commercial activity, Minister Turner reported that companies and the various facilities must create special hygiene committees that monitor their workers and safety regulations, to guarantee the prevention process "because the Ministry of Health cannot be everywhere ".
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2020-05-13 Out Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
work meetings of up to 10 people and strict compliance with the guidelines for the return to the new normality of post-Covid-19 companies will be allowed.
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2020-05-13 In Socio-economic measures: Emergency administrative structures activated or established
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) published the sanitary guidelines that companies must comply with in order to return to the "new normal" imposed by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is a 25-page document for producers, distributors and consumers, micro, medium and large companies, as well as their customers, to mitigate the spread of the virus when quarantine is lifted.
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2020-05-12 In Social distancing: Schools closure 
Students from first to sixth grade will have classes on television from Monday, May 11, taught by teachers through the Connect with the Star program, reported the Ministry of Education (Meduca).
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2020-05-12 In Social distancing: Schools closure 
classes are already given by radio through the National FM and Crisol FM stations, for elementary and middle school students
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2020-05-12 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
CSS Trust in the National Bank requires audited statements for disbursement
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2020-05-12 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
MINSA announced that parents may take one child per family outside, near their home or in the social areas of their apartment building, during the two-hour window of the accompanying parent.
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2020-05-09 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
Expanded Program on Immunization (PAI) of the Minsa continues
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2020-05-09 In Lockdown: Full lockdown
both Saturday, May 9, and Sunday, May 10, will be full quarantine whereby no one can leave their homes.
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2020-05-04 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Executive sanctions project 295 and achieves agreement to establish moratorium with banks until December 31. Temporary suspension of the payment of public services such as electric power, fixed and mobile telephony and internet.
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2020-05-02 In Lockdown: Full lockdown
On April 30, the Government of Panama announced that both Saturday, May 2, and Sunday, May 3, will be full quarantine whereby no one can leave their homes.
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2020-05-01 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
National Government extends coverage of delivery of the Digital Voucher to more than 233,000 Panamanians
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2020-04-29 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Vice President instructs procurement committee to account for use of pandemic funds
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2020-04-25 In Lockdown: Full lockdown
Government of Panama announced that both Saturday, April 25, and Sunday, April 26, will be full quarantine whereby no one can leave their homes.
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2020-04-24 In Public health measures: Other public health measures enforced
In compliance with the president’s instructions, ENSA suspends power outages to customers
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2020-04-21 In Public health measures: Requirement to wear protective gear in public
On April 21, the Municipal Council of the City of Panama passed a new decree stating that anyone leaving their residence must be wearing a mask that covers their nose and mouth. Panamanian National Police and Municipal Police will enforce the decree which extends throughout the metropolitan area of Panama City.
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2020-04-20 In Lockdown: Lockdown of refugee/idp camps or other minorities
Around 1,700 illegal migrants heading to the United States are being held in a jungle camp by Panama authorities after several cases of the new coronavirus were detected among them, an official source said.
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2020-04-20 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
"All the launch or eviction processes are suspended", while the emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic lasts, said the Minister of Housing and Territorial Planning (Miviot)
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2020-04-20 In Social distancing: Schools closure 
To guarantee the right to receive education, Meduca establishes minimum criteria for virtual education
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2020-04-20 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
On April 20, the Government of Panama extended the suspension of international commercial passenger flights for an additional 30 days through May 22.  The previous exceptions for cargo, humanitarian, medical supplies, medical evacuation, and vaccines remain in place.
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2020-04-20 In Social distancing: Changes in prison-related policies
President Cortizo Cohen grants, for the third time, reductions of sentence as humanitarian aid for COVID-19. The three reductions of sentence correspond to executive decrees No.270, of April 13, 2020, which benefited 65 women deprived of liberty; No.270, of April 13, 2020, with which 29 were deprived of liberty; and the current No.271, with 55 beneficiaries, for a total of 149 inmates.
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2020-04-18 In Lockdown: Full lockdown
Panama govt announced that both 18 & 19, will be full quarantine whereby no one can leave their homes.  For now, the inclusion of Saturday only applies to this weekend.
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2020-04-16 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
IMF Executive Board Approves a US$515 Million Disbursement to Panama to address the COVID-19 Pandemic
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2020-04-16 In Public health measures: Strengthening the public health system
Panama builds hospital to combat COVID-19 in less than a month
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2020-04-12 In Public health measures: Requirement to wear protective gear in public
People required to use masks, even homemade ones, when in public.    
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2020-04-11 In Lockdown: Partial lockdown
Panamanians required to stay at home on April 11 and 12
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2020-04-08 In Public health measures: Isolation and quarantine policies
Canadian miner First Quantum Minerals has placed its Cobre Panama operation into care and maintenance, after the Healthy Ministry of Panama (Minsa) this week ordered the temporary suspension of labour activities at the site.
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2020-04-03 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Cortizo Cohen passes law authorizing use of the Panama Savings Fund and easing of the fiscal deficit
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2020-04-02 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Bank moratorium in place until June on the payment of mortgages, car credits, credit cards and other debts to banks.
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2020-04-02 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Basic services (water, electricity and communications) will not be cut off to those citizens who cannot afford them.
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2020-04-02 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Panama Solidario (Solidarity Panama) is the Government’s program that organizes a nationwide logistics to take a bag of rice, pastas, oats, canned meat, milk and other products to people’s home in impoverished rural areas, indigenous communities and marginal urban neighborhoods, the president explained.
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2020-04-02 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Panama govt gives low-income people and those who lost their jobs a checkbook worth 80 dollars to buy food and medicines, as financial assistance for families
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2020-04-01 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
Effective April 1, for 15 days. Women will be able to leave their homes for essential purchases only on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Men will be free to do so on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. No one is permitted to leave their homes on Sundays.
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2020-03-25 In Movement restrictions: Surveillance and monitoring
Decree 504 established that people who break health regulations and quarantines could be fined? between $50,000 to $100,000.
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2020-03-25 In Movement restrictions: Domestic travel restrictions
On Wed, March 25, Panamanian authorities announced the suspension of all domestic air travel until further notice to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Humanitarian and cargo flights will be exempt from the ban.
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2020-03-25 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
On March 24, Panama’s President announced that the public will need to quarantine and self-isolate themselves starting from 05:01 (local time) on Wednesday, March 25, to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Authorities did not specify how long the curfew measures will remain in place. Decree 504 established that people who break health regulations and quarantines could be fined? between $50,000 to $100,000.
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2020-03-24 In Public health measures: Isolation and quarantine policies
people who break health regulations and quarantines could be fined? between $50,000 to $100,000.
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2020-03-24 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
Effective Tuesday, March 24, The Government of Panama will expand a nationwide curfew from the current times of 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
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2020-03-24 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Executive Decree No. 507 of March 24, 2020, in its article 9, orders the suspension for a period of three extendable months of the administrative processes, followed in the different government institutions, from that moment, "any launch or eviction is inappropriate and illegal. "
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2020-03-22 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
Effective at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 22, Panama will suspend all commercial flights into and out of Panama
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2020-03-22 In Movement restrictions: International flights suspension
Panama’s Copa Airlines (CPA.N) on Friday said it will suspend all operations from March 22 until April 21
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2020-03-20 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
nationwide curfew from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. There are some exemptions: public services, hospitals, airports/ports, pharmacies, gas stations, supermarkets, food delivery services, the energy sector, and emergency services, among others
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2020-03-19 In Movement restrictions: Surveillance and monitoring
If a traveler comes from Germany, China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, Spain, or France and has no symptoms, he/she will be tracked daily for 14 days and will be discouraged from going to public places.
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2020-03-19 In Public health measures: Health screenings in airports and border crossings
The Ministry of Health has staff taking the temperature of travelers and they are asking each traveler if they have been to Germany, China, Italy, South Korea, Iran, Spain, or France in the last 30 days.
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2020-03-19 In Social distancing: Closure of businesses and public services
Authorities have also ordered all shops across the country to close except for supermarkets, pharmacies, and medical centers
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2020-03-19 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
public gatherings of more than 50 people will be prohibited
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2020-03-19 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
sporting events, concerts, and fairs which bring together large crowds of people have also been suspended until April 7
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2020-03-19 In Social distancing: Schools closure 
Schools remain closed nationwide until April 7
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2020-03-19 In Public health measures: Isolation and quarantine policies
All incoming travelers are subject to a mandatory 14-day in-home quarantine. Transiting travelers who do not leave the airport are being permitted to continue their journeys.
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2020-03-18 In Movement restrictions: Curfews
Effective March 18, the government of Panama has announced there will be an indefinite nationwide curfew between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.
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2020-03-17 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
Labor Minister will ease labor regulations so that companies can adapt the sessions to the nature of each establishment and said that he asked private companies to use telework to keep largest number of people home.
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2020-03-17 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
hygiene articles will be regulated along with food. In support of these supplies, the State will buy US$20 million in meats and grains to complement the national productions.
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2020-03-17 In Socio-economic measures: Economic measures
Ministry of Economy to defer tax payments for those who avail themselves of such benefits, with the aim of keeping all workers currently hired.
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2020-03-16 In Movement restrictions: Border closure 
Only Panama nationals and foreign residents will be allowed to enter Panama from 23:59 (local time) on Monday, March 16
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2020-03-13 In Public health measures: Health screenings in airports and border crossings
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2020-03-13 In Movement restrictions: Border closure 
As of March 13, all cruise ship passengers are banned from disembarking in Panama. If passengers must disembark, they will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.
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2020-03-13 In Public health measures: Isolation and quarantine policies
14 days quarantine for travellers from Cina, South Korea, Italy and Iran
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2020-03-13 In Social distancing: Limit public gatherings
all public gatherings banned
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2020-03-13 In Social distancing: Schools closure 
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2020-01-22 In Public health measures: Health screenings in airports and border crossings
temperature screenings at airports nationwide and at other points of entry implemented
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2020-01-04 In Movement restrictions: Border checks 
Since January, ships arriving at the Panama Canal waterway have been required to report if they have visited countries with confirmed cases prior to their arrival. Vessels are required to report if and when crew changes occurred within 14 days of arrival at ports with COVID-19 cases to MINSA.
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