Sunday, January 17, 2021

Panama coronavirus cases advance to 5,779, deaths reach 165

Confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Panama reached 5,779 yesterday, a rise of 241 from the previous day, and deaths climbed by six to 165, the health ministry said.
Director of Epidemiology Lourdes Moreno announced the Central American country’s latest data at a news conference.
PANAMA CITY, (Reuters)

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