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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Panama's health system is under the greatest pressure since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic last March, with several major hospitals without enough beds, a local newspaper reported on Thursday, December 3rd.

The increase in cases tests the response to the health crisis, when doctors and nurses show signs of fatigue after nearly nine months of the pandemic and in some places beds are beginning to be scarce to receive positive patients, reported La Prensa newspaper.

Until Thursday, December 3rd, 1,219 patients remained in the hospitals, of which 164 were in intensive care . . .

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