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Thursday 9th April 2020. We catch up with Dr Computer and Feisty Foodie!

April 9, 2020

Great to have a chat this morning with Alex Neuman, (Dr Computer). With more and more people now working at home and Teleconferencing with the office and socially with friends. One of the most popular apps to do this with is called Zoom, which has received a fair bit of criticism over its security. Alex talks us through the security and safety of Zoom. Also we touch on the scammers that come out in force during times of hardship, and the new Samsung S20 which Alex is test driving at the moment.


We catch up with Feisty Foodie, Sara and family see how they are coping as they get ready for a somewhat subdued Passover. A recipe for a chocolate cake and and how to keep the kids under control!

63 people have now died from the new Covid-19 coronavirus in Panama, almost a month after the first victim in the country due to this pandemic was reported. Lourdes Moreno, director of epidemiology at the Ministry of Health (Minsa), reported that the number of those infected in the country rose to 2,528.

The population will not be able to circulate on Saturday the 11th and Sunday the 12th of April.This was reported by President Laurentino Cortizo and the Minister of Public Security, Juan Pino .

The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that tomorrow, Thursday, the country will receive 80,000 swabs for Covid-19 tests.

The judge of guarantees Mónica Barrios ordered on Wednesday, the provisional arrest for the crime of personal injury against a subject who attacked two members of the National Police, when he was detained for circulating outside the established time as a result of the pandemic from Covid-19.

The closure of public and private offices and shopping centers has impacted the demand for electrical energy in the country, with a decrease of 500 megawatts during the day, according to the National Dispatch Center of Empresa de Transmission Eléctrica, SA ( Etesa).

Discontinued. This is how the bill that seeks to increase the penalties for aggravated robbery ended up, after several deputies of the ruling party of the Democratic Revolutionary Party questioned the initiative presented by its party member Kayla Harding.


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