Monday 30th March 2020. You, me and the music and some snipets from the Internet.

March 30, 2020


It is you, me and the music keeping you company for three hours and we take a little rummage around the internet.

The Ministry of Health reported, Sunday at their daily briefing, that in the country seven people have died in the last 24 hours, which increases the deaths to 24. In the same period 989 total cases of contagion are registered.

Due to the prevention and mitigation measures that are followed in the country in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, a new schedule has been established for the circulation of taxis in the national territory, the Land Transport Authority (ATTT) announced this Sunday.  A statement from the entity indicates that selective transport can only provide its service from 5:00 am to 8:00 pm An exception is made with drivers who support the transfer of medical personnel, who can work outside hours than those established.

The National Assembly will carry out a deep cleansing/disinfection process of its buildings starting this morning, after it was announced on Saturday, that the sessions were suspended after confirming that three members of its administrative staff tested positive for Covid-19.

The Public Ministry (MP) has initiated investigations related to the looting of a retail establishment in Santa Cruz, Curundú, in the evening hours of Saturday night.

Once they enter, they have a 50% chance of recovering the other 50% of dying.

Cleaning days for public areas and residential buildings were held this Sunday, March 29, in different parts of Panama City, as part of the actions to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  This cleaning was carried out by agents of the state security entities and by residents of some sectors.

The Public Services Authority (ASEP) reported that the process began to locate those responsible for making false calls to telephone line 169, which the Health authorities instigated to attend to possible cases of coronavirus.

The National Chamber of Freight Transport (Canatraca) asks the National Highway Company (ENA) to exempt the payment of the corridors for cargo vehicles while the national health emergency caused by the coronavirus (covid-19) lasts.


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