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September 20, 2021

In two of its most populated provinces

Panama casinos to remain closed until January 14

Panama casinos to remain closed until January 14
During the lockdown period imposed in the country, casinos and other gambling venues must remain closed, the Ministry of Health announced.
Panama | 01/05/2021

Casinos and other gaming establishments must remain closed during the lockdown imposed by the Panamanian government in an attempt to tackle the second wave of COVID-19 cases in the provinces of Panama and Panamá Oeste.

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uring the lockdown period imposed in the country, casinos and other gambling venues must remain closed, the Ministry of Health announced. In accordance with an official release, the government will impose a full lockdown from January 4 to 14 in the provinces of Panama and Panamá Oeste, in an attempt to curb the accelerated growth of coronavirus cases and deaths registered in December.

During the lockdown, citizens will only be allowed to shop at supermarkets and pharmacies for essential goods, on specified days and times, based on their gender and ID number.

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