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Supreme Court will hold an Extraordinary Plenary session to analyze mobility restrictions

Supreme Court will hold an Extraordinary Plenary session to analyze mobility restrictions

The issue of restrictions on mobility of people restored by the Ministry of Health (Minsa) of Panama, will be analyzed by the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) on Monday, June 8.
The Judicial Branch informs that the analysis will be made during an Extraordinary Plenary, taking into account the limitations that these restrictions represent for lawyers in the exercise of their profession.

Minsa announced that from tomorrow June 8 the mobility restrictions per hour will be restored, according to the last digit of the ID or passport, and according to gender for residents in the provinces of Panama and West Panama.

Women will be able to go out on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; while men on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On weekends there will be a total quarantine from 5:00 pm on Friday to 5:00 am on Monday.
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