Panama’s main airport will put into operation Covid test centers starting this Monday.

The Tocumen International Airport (Panama) announced that as of Monday, October 12, it will put into operation three Swab Centers for national, resident and foreign travelers entering the country who do not have a PCR or antigen negative Certificate.

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The three centers will be located in the Central Area, North Pier and Satellite B within Terminal 1.

The test will cost 50 US dollars. Travelers will be able to obtain the results in approximately 20-30 minutes.

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The Tocumen International Airport indicated that the measure is given in compliance with Executive Decree No. 1089 of September 23, 2020, which establishes sanitary measures that must be complied with by nationals, residents and foreigners entering the Republic of Panama, as of October 12, 2020, where they must present a certificate of swab/PCR test or negative antigen with a maximum of 48 hours, without the need to comply with mandatory isolation and if they do not have it, they will have the obligation to perform a rapid swab test, prior to the migration registration of the Airport, which will be paid by the traveler.

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