Mitradel finds businesses not complying with biosecurity protocols during operations
The Vice Minister of Labor (Mitradel) Roger Tejada was part of the operations that were carried out this Thursday in some commercial retail stores in Panama City and announced that some of these businesses are not complying with the biosafety regulations established for their reopening.
We are currently talking with the managers about the issue, and we are guiding the population. At the moment we have seen how the statistics and cases have gone down and that has been for the discipline of Panamanians, but also for the awareness that the authorities have been constantly doing, the vice minister explained.
Tejada pointed out that the operations are taking place nationwide and a first call is being made to the managers of the warehouses.
Among the faults found in the operations are the presence of customers in the premises and the handling of the products.
For the reactivation of the retail stores, it was agreed that they will be able to deliver merchandise at the doors of their premises and in the parking lots only to those customers who place their orders online.