Through Resolution No. 2878 of November 12, 2021, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Panama, updates the list of countries confirmed as high epidemiological risk, as of November 11, 2021, in accordance with the above by the World Health Organization.
Countries with High Epidemiological Risk are:
1. Cayman Islands
3. Czech Republic
10. Faroe Islands
23. United Kingdom
The income measures established in Executive Decree No. 833 of August 30, 2021 are maintained, which are the following:
- Preventive Quarantine:
Any traveler who enters the national territory by air, land or sea, will be exonerated from performing any type of COVID-19 test at the point of entry and from 72-hour preventive quarantine, provided that they have registered digitally or presently of physical form the vaccination card with the complete schedule (after 14 days from your last dose), approved by the WHO, FDA or EMA.
- Travelers from Countries with Low Epidemiological Risk of COVID-19::
- All travelers from low-risk countries, who do not have a complete vaccination scheme, will need to (i) present a negative result of a COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen) of up to 72 hours of validity or (ii) perform it at their own cost at the air, sea or land entry point.
- If you have a negative result, you will be exempt from 72-hour preventive quarantine.
- Travelers from Countries with High Epidemiological Risk for COVID-19:
If the passenger does not have a complete vaccination schedule or his last dose applied is less than 14 days, he must:
a. Present a negative COVID-19 test result (PCR or antigen) for up to 72 hours of validity or perform it at your cost at the port of entry.
b. Comply with a 72-hour preventive quarantine at your home, if you are a national or resident, or in an authorized hotel and at your expense, if you are a foreigner without immigration process, after which a COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen) must be performed, whose negative result will end the quarantine.