RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Panama has relaxed entry requirements for tourists due to a decline in Covid-19 cases and an increase in vaccinations in the country. The measure was welcomed by the Panama Chamber of Tourism, which has been calling for the changes for months in an effort to reactivate the destination, which already welcomes cruise ships and has opened its new convention center.
The Panamanian Ministry of Health announced that as of Monday, August 31, entry regulations have been completely changed. All travelers are exempt from any type of Covid-19 testing upon arrival in the country, as . . .