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Minsa updates list of high-risk countries for COVID-19

Minsa updates list of high-risk countries for COVID-19

The Minsa indicates that this list is subject to a new review, according to the behavior and evolution of COVID-19.

Through Resolution No. 2294 , the Public Health Directorate of the Ministry of Health ( Minsa ) of Panama, updated the list of countries considered to be at high risk of contagion of COVID-19.

As detailed in the document, the countries included present a high transmission of COVID -19, as well as a significant incidence of variants classified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as variants of risk or concern: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Lambda and Delta.

Americas

United States / Alaska
Cuba
Guatemala
Costa Rica
French Guiana

Europe

United Kingdom
Greece
Georgia
Estonia
Serbia
Macedonia
Montenegro

Asia

Azerbaijan
Israel
Malaysia
Mongolia
Africa

Africa

Guinea Bissau
Tunisia

Oceania

Fiji

This list is subject to a new review, according to the behavior or evolution of COVID-19.

This week, the Minsa issued new provisions for travelers from countries considered to be of high epidemiological risk due to COVID-19. Travelers from these regions who intend to enter Panama by air, sea or land, and who do not have a vaccination scheme, must:

Present negative result of COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen), valid for up to 72 hours or perform it at your cost at the port of entry
Comply with a 72-hour preventive quarantine at your home, if you are a national or a resident; or in an authorized hotel and at your expense, if you are a foreigner without immigration process, after which a COVID-19 test must be performed, the negative result of which will end the quarantine

Comments

EternalDeceiver 45 days ago
This "list" fits perfectly. Clown govt. with circus-decisions and then a insignificant list.
SHOW me the isolated VIRUS !!! Not the WHO-BlaBla...the REAL-SCIENTIFIC-ISOLATED-VIRUS - you will not be able to.

But while were on it...good that Afghanistan is not on the list...as they dont do any testing there, the virus is also non-existent there.

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