Tuesday 12th May 2020. We chat with Andres Clemente and Feisty Foodie Sara.
May 12, 2020
We check in this morning with our regulars Andres Clemente and Sara Solomon our Feisty Foodie. Andres is getting used to family life at home and has new found respect for stay at home parents. One recommendation from Andres is a British thriller series called Marcella, also recommended from one of our listeners Denis.
Feisty Foodie Sara has been busy with the family, and the schooling for the two boys and struggling with getting out and about for the shopping…. But of course always finding time for some cooking. Here is this weeks recipe….
The epidemiological report advising the situation of Covid-19 in the country indicates that this Monday, May 11, there were five new deaths due to the virus are reported.So in the country, there have now been 249 deaths and 8,616 accumulated cases have been reported to date.
E-commerce venues, mechanical workshops as well as artisanal fishing and industrial aquaculture are some of the activities that make up the first block of sectors that will start, as of Wednesday, May 13, as part of the gradual reopening towards the “new normal”.
The National Police reported that over a thousand people were detained over the weekend for failing to comply with the quarantine that the government applied to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The Mayor of Santiago, Samid Sandoval, presented before the Supreme Court of Justice an appeal for constitutional guarantees against executive decree No. 612 of May 8, 2020, which lifted the restriction on the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages applied due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
President Laurentino Cortizo asked this Monday, May 11, the directors of the Social Security Fund (CSS) not to take any decision on the future of the entity until consensus is reached in a national dialogue.
The National Association of Administrative Officials of the Social Security Fund (ANFACSS) announced that it is preparing to formally request the full board of directors of the entity for “the immediate removal” of Enrique Lau Cortés from the position of general director of the CSS.
The Panamanian Chamber of Construction (Capac) issued this Monday, May 11, a statement by which it rejects the inclusion of Panama in a list of jurisdictions with deficiencies in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing, for part of the European Union.