The calendar and the places where the events will take place in reference to the Bicentennial will be published perhaps the next week officially.
This year 2021 there will be no parades on the occasion of the month of the fatherland, however, if the exhibition of bands is contemplated in some spaces within the framework of the celebration of the Bicentennial of the Republic of Panama, this was announced this Sunday by the head of the Ministry of Education (Meduca), Maruja Gorday de Villalobos.
“We are in the National Bicentennial Commission, coordinated by the Minister of Culture, and we have been in meetings with the Minister of Health, the guidelines have definitely been given that for now, as of today there will be no parades as such, but there will be exhibitions of musical bands, war drums and some other type of activity, especially strengthening our Bicentennial as a country," said the head of Meduca.
She explained that to carry out these activities they are organizing at a regional level the location of some venues, some coliseums and spaces, in which the movement of people and the capacity for band presentations can be guaranteed.
She clarified that for these activities some rules must be established, among which he mentioned that people be vaccinated against COVID
-19, and pointed out that the official information could be issued by next week.
“There will be requirements that people have to be vaccinated, however, we also know that there is a population under 12 years of age that we would have to look for activities also to enjoy that patriotic fervor ... it will be published perhaps the other week of Officially, this calendar and the places where the different events will take place in allusion to our Bicentennial,” she said.