Tuesday 7th April 2020. Pandemic insurance cover we talks to Kevin Bradley.
April 7, 2020
When it comes to insurance one of the best people to talk to is Kevin Bradley from Unity Ducruet. One of the issues that worries people the most is their coverage for health insurance, and especially with the current pandemic. If you go to Kevin’s website (Click here) he has a lot of interesting information including the names of the companies that will cover the pandemic.
PIP Cultural has started a campaign to collect economic and food donations for the neighborhood in the historic neighborhood of Santa Ana, due to the current situation in the country due to COVID19, it’s being difficult for these families to have a daily plate. For this reason we have launched this campaign to support their dining room. The more people we support this the more boys and girls we can reach out and provide them with a plate of hot food.
In Panama, there has been only one deceased due to the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, so the total has gone from 54 to 55 dead. This was reported by Lourdes Moreno, director of Epidemiology at the Ministry of Health, who explained that there are 2,100 accumulated cases of infected people in the country.
The Ministry of Health (Minsa) has authorized that people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may go to areas near their home, every day for 45 minutes, between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm
Health Minister Rosario Turner announced yesterday, the temporary closure of the Minera Panamá company mine. The announcement was made after carrying out an evaluation inside the mining camps on Sunday, April 5.
The Panamanian port terminals will grant free time of storage cost of up to 15 days from yesterday Monday, April 6 and until April 20, to product importers, reported the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP).
The Public Ministry headed by the nation’s attorney general, Eduardo Ulloa, reported through a press release that last March the various prosecutors’ offices distributed in the country opened 5,500 investigations for various crimes, and amid the measures decreed to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
The Group Riba Smith, SA, following the recommendations of officials of the Ministry of Health, decided to close its plants and supermarkets for a period of 48 hours to undertake cleaning and disinfection.