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  1. Beginning Saturday, October 24, families will be allowed to gather in groups of seven or fewer at beaches and rivers. Activities at beaches and rivers will only be permitted from 6:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Masks must be worn at all times, except when within your family bubble or when entering the water. Drinking alcohol at beaches and rivers is prohibited except at restaurants nearby. Beginning Sunday, October 25, all weekend quarantines are lifted, and curfew hours are standardized for the whole country, from 11:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m., Monday through Sunday. The
  2. https://www.newsroompanama.com/environment/panama-3/21-year-old-mining-contract-ruled-unconstitutional
  3. https://www.centralamericadata.com/en/article/main/ECommerce_is_Gaining_Ground_in_the_Region
  4. The death of a loved one takes many people by surprise. Besides the emotional burden and grief, one suddenly has to deal with legal, financial and administrative procedures, especially if the deceased did not have his/her assets organized. Everyday life can very quickly confront us with situations in which it is absolutely necessary to consult a legal expert. Knowledge edge in legal matters helps you to make an informed decision and protect not only your investment and assets, but also your family, heirs and loved ones. Two case studies from our legal practice regarding inheritance law i
  5. Beginning Saturday, October 17, the province of Chiriqui and the district of Changuinola in Bocas del Toro will no longer have Saturday quarantine. Curfews will remain unchanged in the rest of Panama.  Monday through Friday the curfew starts at 11:00 p.m and is lifted at 5:00 a.m., with quarantine from Saturday at 11:00 p.m. until Monday at 5:00 a.m. The provinces of Chiriqui and Colon and the districts of Chiriqui Grande, Isla Colon, Changuinola and Almirante in Bocas del Toro have curfew from Monday through Friday, 7:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m., with quarantine from Saturday at 7:00 p.m. unt
  6. Additional Economic Reopening, Resumption of Commercial Aviation, and Change in Movement Restrictions Beginning on October 12, curfews will remain unchanged in all of Panama except the provinces of Bocas del Toro, Colon, and Chiriquí. In Bocas del Toro and Chiriqui curfew will be from 7:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m., Monday through Thursday, with a weekend quarantine from Friday at 7:00 p.m. until Monday at 5:00 a.m. The province of Colon and the districts of Chiriqui Grande, Isla Colon, and Almirante in Bocas del Toro will have the same curfew hours, but curfew in thes
  7. Moderator comment: Below is an unedited automated translation of the above news article. https://www.telemetro.com/nacionales/2020/05/04/tres-personas-fueron-asesinadas-el-fin-de-semana-en-colon/2828384.html
  8. Traveling to Panama: New Entry Requirements Starting October 12th Panama is reopening for international visitors, reactivating international flights, tourist activities, hotels, and more. At the same time, there are new entry regulations and COVID-19 precautions that all travelers must comply with upon arrival in Panama. Upon arrival to the country every national, resident or foreigner must present a negative PCR Test Certificate or antigen, no older than 48 hours. By complying with this measure established by the Ministry of Health of Panama, the traveler will be able to ente
  9. https://www.newsroompanama.com/travel/historic-camino-de-cruces-reopens
  10. How to Keep Your Panama Visa as a Part-Time Resident With the current restrictions implemented on international air traffic, border closures, and controls due to COVID-19 it is difficult for many temporary, part-time or permanent residents in Panama to travel to Panama and thus maintain their current permanent residency status. Most foreign residents in Panama know the golden rule of "having to travel to Panama every two years to maintain your resident status". But are there any exceptions to that rule? Can I lose my residency in Panama? The answer is, "Yes." In fact, the law e
  11. Moderator comment: Couldn't resist. Have a great day. https://www.newsroompanama.com/entertainment/todays-smile-2
  12. Moderator comment: Below is an unedited automated translation of the above news article. https://www.prensa.com/impresa/panorama/la-pandemia-no-ha-frenado-el-indice-de-homicidios/
  13. Subject to obtaining the required approvals, COPA's tentative plan is to restart flying on June 1, with 50 destinations served at the outset. The preliminary weekly schedule was published today by La Prensa: the table notes destination cities and the number of weekly flights planned for each.
  14. Moderator comment: As a math major, numbers intrigue me. The overpriced face masks were a unit cost of $2.57, whereas the regular market price unit cost is $0.65, or approximately four times higher for the "expedited" face masks. https://www.newsroompanama.com/business/sanction-for-official-who-ordered-overpriced-face-masks
  15. Moderator comment: Below is an unedited automated translation of the above news article. https://www.prensa.com/politica/ministra-consejera-eyra-ruiz-acudio-a-funeral-pero-asegura-que-se-cumplieron-las-medidas-sanitarias/
  16. The US Embassy has identified two upcoming humanitarian flights with seats available. Any traveler with the appropriate passport/visa to permit entry into the United States is eligible to purchase a ticket. Travelers should carefully plan their onward travel as hotel options may be limited. Once in the United States, all domestic travel arrangements are the sole responsibility of the traveler. The upcoming humanitarian flights are: August 29 United Airlines flight UA2417 to Houston, TX, departing Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport at 10:25 a.m
  17. https://www.newsroompanama.com/business/lawmakers-discuss-driving-limited-by-plate-number
  18. COVID-19 Testing In Chiriqui province testing for coronavirus is available at MINSA. In Boquete at the Polyclinic they have two test kits available, although those can be replenished from David if needed. Only specimens are collected here. The actual testing is done at the Gorgas Institute in Panama City, although other hospitals (e.g. Obaldia) will have the capability soon. The doctors in Boquete have been given the following protocol to observe in regards to testing: 1. If you think that you have symptoms of COVID-19 (COVID-19 is the disease caused by coronavirus) you should ca
  19. The US Embassy has identified one upcoming humanitarian flight with seats available. Any traveler with the appropriate passport/visa to permit entry into the United States is eligible to purchase a ticket. Travelers should carefully plan their onward travel as hotel options may be limited. Once in the United States, all domestic travel arrangements are the sole responsibility of the traveler. The upcoming humanitarian flight is: August 29 United Airlines flight UA2417 to Houston, TX, departing Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport at 10:25 a.m. Copa Airlines
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