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May 17, the use of face shields with masks in public transport becomes mandatory

May 17, the use of face shields with masks in public transport becomes mandatory

The masks and face shields must be worn together, since one does not exempt the use of the other in transport.

The use of masks and face shield will be mandatory in public transport in Panama, starting this Monday, May 17, as announced by the Minister of Health (Minsa), Luis Francisco Sucre.

In this sense, the face shields should be worn together with the masks, since the use of one does not exempt the use of the other in transport.

Likewise, as established by the Minsa, from this Monday, the capacity of the passenger capacity in the collective transport system will be allowed to increase to 80%.

In addition, transport units must have signs that indicate to users that while they are using this transport it will be prohibited to speak, converse, or make conversations by telephone.



Comments

mike 34 days ago
Dear wayneicer,
Read the study and you will see how many highly recognized scientific institutions around the world have spoken in detail in this report.
wayneicer 34 days ago
Sorry Mike, but MDPI is essentially a blog with no peer review. Most of those claims have already been disproven in reviewed articles with consistent results. But, certainly interest-fodder for the anti-science community to consume.
MHogan 35 days ago
Excellent information, thanks Mike. Wish the medical cabal and health officials would take heed.

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