COVID-19 : Panama Announces a Gradual Reactivation After 10 Days of Quarantine

The Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, announced that as of January 15th, the hourly curfew will be eliminated, according to the last number of the personal identity document. However, purchases will continue to be made by gender. In addition, there will be a curfew for all provinces of the country between 9 pm and 4 am, local time

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (CNN Spanish) The government of Panama announced on Tuesday the gradual reactivation of economic activities after a total quarantine that began on January 4 and ends this Thursday, January 12th. According to the Minister of Health, Luis Francisco Sucre, the measure managed to reduce the positivity of covid-19 tests by 6%.

In a message by national chain, Sucre explained that when the confinement was decided, there was 29% positivity in the tests to detect the coronavirus. The figure has now dropped to 23%, the official said.

For this reason, the minister announced that as of . . .

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