Information for Ex-Pats considering return to PANAMA. COVID stats

Health

https://www.prensa.com/sociedad/data-studio-casos-de-coronavirus-covid-19-en-panama/

 

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The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that 1,203 new cases have been reported this Sunday, for a total of 742,854 infections by covid-19 in the country.

12 deaths are recorded in the last 24 hours for a cumulative of 7,950 deaths and a virus lethality of 1.1%.

8,276 tests have been applied for a positivity of 14.5%.

There are 21,713 active cases, of which 21,245 are in home isolation and 468 hospitalized. There are 402 people hospitalized in the ward and 66 in the intensive care units.

As for those recovered, these add up to 713,191 

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