Monday 2nd November 2020.
November 2, 2020
In the epidemiological report of the Ministry of Health (Minsa) of this Sunday, November 1, it is highlighted that in the country six new deaths have been registered in the last 24 hours due to Covid-19. According to the Minsa, this Sunday 738 new positive cases were detected throughout the country, for a cumulative total of 134,336.With 6,482 tests carried out this gives a positivity percentage of 11.39%
The Metropolitan Regional Health Directorate continued, on Sunday, with the application of nasal swab tests in the Veracruz area. And on Saturday, 31 tests were carried out, all with negative results. Meanwhile, yesterday Sunday, health personnel made 36 tests, finding – until a positive case for the new coronavirus .
Personnel from the Ministry of Health carried out yesterday a promotion of biosecurity measures against Covid-19, in the Brisas del Golf neighborhood, Rufina Alfaro district, San Miguelito district.
During the days off for the national celebrations, the swabbing center located on the grounds of the José Antonio Remón Cantera school, on Calle Israel, will remain open to the public. This center will have a schedule from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
Through the operation called “Villa”, two men were apprehended in the morning of Friday, October 31. They are Erick Jaén Morales and Eliécer Nodier Guerra . According to preliminary reports, it was the lynx units that found the two men, apprehended in different places. Jaén works in the National Assembly and in the vehicle in which he was traveling, 25 packages of alleged illegal substances were found
Between January and August of this year, marked by the Covid-19 pandemic , the Public Ministry (MP) has opened 103 processes for the alleged crime of spreading a contagious disease.
Since the new coronavirus pandemic began , insurers have incurred expenses of $ 24.5 million for claims of policyholders on health and life policies, according to information shared by the Panamanian Association of Insurers (Apadea) .
The National Union of Small and Medium Enterprises, the Association of Restaurants, Bars and Clubs of Panama and the Association of Restaurants and Related (ARAP) announced that agreements had been reached at the Table of Understanding on Leases to help resolve the difficulties that have been presented in the relations between tenants and landlords in the framework of the new coronavirus pandemic .