The Panamanian government announced Thursday the repeal of some of the health regulations for travelers entering the country, which were introduced amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The decision was formalized through an executive decree, which means the abolition of physical removal, including capacity in places of high consensus, according to a communiqué from the Panamanian presidency.
The decree also states that travelers will no longer be asked for QR and swabs upon entry.
The Palacio de las Garzas, the seat of government, clarified that the Ministry of Health, which is in charge of the state's health policy, is reiterating . . .