The repeal occurs after Executive Decree No. 849 ordered the lifting of the curfew measure in the province of Panama.
The Mayor's Office of the district of Panama has proceeded to repeal the Mayoral Decrees through which the suspension of social activities and the curfew in the face of the COVID
-19 pandemic was established.
As established by the Mayoral Decree No. 008-2021 published this Thursday in the Official Gazette, the Mayoral Decree No. 024-2020 of March 16, 2020, which ordered the suspension of social activities that promote agglomeration of people, is repealed.
Likewise, Mayor Decree No. 025-2020 and its modification contained in Decree No. 026-2020 of March 24, 2020, which ordered the curfew in the district of Panama, is repealed.
The document indicates that the repeal of these decrees is made after Executive Decree No. 849 of September 24, 2021 ordered the lifting of the curfew measure in the province of Panama.
On the other hand, it reiterates that the commercial premises that maintain attention to the public, must comply with the sanitary biosafety measures dictated by the Ministry of Health (Minsa
) in terms of the maximum allowed capacity and social distancing among their visitors.
In addition, it emphasizes that the hours of operation of nightclubs remain in force, as established by Executive Decree No. 1424 of November 9, 2011, modified by Executive Decree No. 873 of November 22, 2012.