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One year after first case, Costa Rica to broadcast Covid memorial

Costa Rica registered its first coronavirus case on March 6, 2020.

One year ago, we published our first coronavirus story

The Costa Ricans were flown from China to Ukraine, where they completed a mandatory quarantine before being repatriated.

Panama defends hiring Cuban doctors to fight pandemic

Several deputies criticized the Panamanian government's decision to hire the 220 Cuban doctors, calling it a violation of human rights.

Study explores mental health impacts of pandemic on Costa Ricans

More than two-thirds of Costa Ricans who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus crisis are exhibiting symptoms of depression

Latin America and Caribbean top 600,000 Covid-19 deaths

Peru is hardest hit with 125 deaths per 100,000 people, followed by Mexico and Panama with 123 each per 100,000.

Panama reopens land borders to tourists

The Panamanian government has announced the reopening of the country's land borders.

Panama begins Covid-19 vaccinations

With 4.2 million inhabitants, Panama has the highest number of Covid-19 infections in Central America.

Panama to receive reduced first batch of Pfizer vaccines

Panama, with 4.2 million inhabitants, has the highest number of COVID-19 infections in Central America.

Panama to rent cadaver containers in face of health system collapse

The country is in the midst of a spiking outbreak of the pandemic. In the last 39 days, Panama has registered more than a third (100,000 cases) of total infections and more than a quarter (1,326 cases) of total deaths.

Panama announces ‘total quarantine’ for early 2021

Panama has reported at least 231,000 coronavirus cases and 3,840 deaths during the pandemic. 

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