PANAMA- Is getting an “F” in terms of following quarantine.

https://www.prensa.com/provincias/aprehenden-a-13-personas-en-playa-de-pedasi-unos-estaban-surfeando-otro-grupo-se-escapo/ PEDASÍ, Los Santos. About 13 people were detained in the late afternoon of this Wednesday, April 1, in Playa Venao, Pedasí district, for violating Decree 507 of March 24, 2020, which was issued to contain the spread of the coronavirus. + info China confines 600 thousand inhabitants after new case of …

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HELLO PNO followers. UPDATE:

by James “JB” Bryson Where do I start but by saying “WOW“!! I have to tell you that even after service to my country, this battle and the psychological effects it is having on the world is unprecedented in my lifetime. I want to begin by saying I hope that …

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Editorials: Chinese numbers, and Stay at home

The United States has vast satellite imaging and communications intercept abilities, and people adept at analyzing data that are picked up. However, also a pathological liar as a commander in chief. US Department of Defense image. China’s numbers, and everyone else’s Public health statistics are not an exact science in the best of situations. A […]

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How did Covid-19 Get to Panama?

Panama’s Gorgas Commemorative Institute for Health Studies knows how the coronavirus came into the country. Through the sequencing of 41 complete SARS-CoV 2 genomes, scientists determined that four cases originated in the United States, three in Europe and one in China. Gorgas scientists have also isolated several strains of Covid-19 in the search for antiviral…
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Uber Suspends Panama Operations

Uber is temporarily suspending operations in Panama due to the increase in Covid-19 cases. The ride-hailing service – which began operations in Panama six years ago – said in a statement that its priority is the safety of its users, “even more in these delicate times when the health of the Panamanian community is the…
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COHA: The coronavirus, ethics and the Americas

It has been going around. Graphic by the Pan-American Health Organization. COVID-19 pandemic spotlights ethical dimension of hemispheric affairs by the Council on Hemispheric Affairs editorial board The defense of human life in the Americas, in the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic, has become an ethical imperative for progressive forces throughout the region and […]

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Bocas del Toro Community Unites in the Name of Food Security

COVID-19 crisis shuts down tourism as of mid-March As the virus began to spread in early March and the first case was detected in Panama on March 9th, it became clear to travelers and business proprietors alike that international travel was about to be put on pause for a bit. Since closing its borders and […]
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15 of the Island’s Most Eligible Bachelorettes Are Sick of Bocas del Toro Dating Scene and Tell All…You Won’t Believe What They Say!

Sorry, but we have no island dating drama to share, but if we did catch your attention, we would like to take this April Fool’s click-bait joke as an opportunity to tell you about some wonderful local residents who have come together with the common goal of providing the people of Bocas del Toro some […]
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Enfermeras desean información / Nurses want information

Nurses want government informationabout their colleagues’ health Ana Reyes de Serrano, president of the National Association of Nurses of Panama, in a message to all the members through their social networks, asked Ministry of Health authorities for more information about the condition of the nurses who across the nation are working in the country’s hospitals, […]

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National Assembly Back in Session

Panama’s National Assembly resumes ordinary session at 1 pm today after a brief suspension to disinfect its meeting space. To be discussed is a moratorium for payment of public services like energy, telephone and internet until June 30. Also on the agenda and part of the Panama Solidario plan is the relaxation of credit arrangements…
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