OPINION: Recognizing Panama’s health scientists


OPINION: Recognizing Panama’s health scientists
  1. OPINION: Recognizing Panama’s health scientists
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      Hopyporhoy  La Prensa Mar.20 PANAMANIANS are not exempt from suffering from endemic diseases such as chikungunya, zika or dengue, which have already claimed thousands of victims In other countries of the region. In the face of such a worrying global scenario, the Gorgas  Institute of Health Studies (Icges) has demonstrated, once again, its ability to control and try to eradicate these diseases. On this occasion, thanks to its rapid Intervention and coordinated work with the e…
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Hopyporhoy  La Prensa Mar.20

PANAMANIANS are not exempt from suffering from endemic diseases such as chikungunya, zika or dengue, which have already claimed thousands of victims In other countries of the region.

In the face of such a worrying global scenario, the Gorgas  Institute of Health Studies (Icges)

has demonstrated, once again, its ability to control and try to eradicate these diseases.

On this occasion, thanks to its rapid Intervention and coordinated work with the epidemiological entities of the Ministry of Health, it was able to prevent the Chikungunya virus from becoming an epidemic. It What Icges scientists and Health officials have saved Panamanian society  is no small thing and a we…

  1. Architect sentenced to 51 years for raping child in Colombia

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia
    03.30 / 10:20 colombiareports.com
    A Colombian court has sentenced a man to 51 years in prison for the sexual assault and murder of a 7-year-old girl, a crime that caused outrage in the country.… Read more Architect sentenced to 51 years for raping child in…
  2. No ban on immigrants passing through – Varela

    Newsroompanama.com - Panama
    03.30 / 02:43 newsroompanama.com
     CENTRAL AMERICAN  countries cannot forbid migrants from passing through to their destination, said Panama President Juan Carlos Varela, on Wednesday, March 29, at the Tuxtla Summit in San Jose, Costa Rica. “Whenever they do it with order and respect to the law, we as authorities must ensure that this transit is safe and peaceful.” He called on his peers at the Summit to be in solidarity on the issue and to reduce instances of human trafficking. Varela added that during its lead…
  3. Martinelli “pardons” case delayed

    Newsroompanama.com - Panama
    03.29 / 23:54 newsroompanama.com
    ANOTHER CASE involving long gone former president   Ricardoo Martinelli is winding its weary way through the Panama courts system. The Supreme Court has suspended the hearing convened Wednesday March 29 to resolve the objection filed by Martinelli’s battery of defense lawyers until April 3. The hearing is over the granting of 355 pardons, mostly to political insiders, in June 2014, before he fled the country to self imposed exile. The suspension  was adopted because magistrates Abel Z…
  4. 13 more Panama lawmakers face criminal complaint

    Newsroompanama.com - Panama
    03.29 / 23:30 newsroompanama.com
    Lawyers arrive to file complaint WHILE Panama’s Supreme court is still debating a criminal complaint filed against the president of the National Assembly,  a similar move has been made  against 13 deputies. The katest complaint  was presented Wednesday by Carlos Herrera Morán and Freddy Pittí, It is  is for crimes against public administration,said Herrera Morán. The document alleges that the deputies improperly distributed donations since the Constitution does not give them this powe…
  5. Despiden a viceministra peruana por tomar sol en medio la crisis por las lluvias

    Latincorrespondent.com - Latin America
    03.29 / 22:03 latincorrespondent.com
    En medio de los devastadores episodios que ha provocado el paso del fenómeno del ‘Niño Costero’ en Perú, la viceministra de Agricultura, Eufrosina Santa María Rubio, fue despedida tras ser encontrada tomando sol, en pleno horario laboral y en medio de la crisis causada por las torrenciales lluvias que azotan a ese país. Asimismo, se analiza... Read more » The post Despiden a viceministra peruana por tomar sol en medio la crisis por las lluvias appeared first on Latin Corresp…
  6. ONG advierte la prevalencia del matrimonio infantil forzado en República Dominicana

    Latincorrespondent.com - Latin America
    03.29 / 22:03 latincorrespondent.com
    Pese a abogar por el respeto de los derechos de los niños, aún hoy en día algunos países de América Latina conservan prácticas ancestrales que sin duda alguna atentan contra la integridad de los menores. La pobreza es uno de los factores que hace a los infantes vulnerables ante prácticas como el matrimonio infantil forzado,... Read more » The post ONG advierte la prevalencia del matrimonio infantil forzado en República Dominicana appeared first on Latin Corresp…
  7. Colombia’s Congress approves police general as vice president

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia
    03.29 / 20:30 colombiareports.com
    Colombia’s Congress backed the appointment of retired General Oscar Naranjo as vice president, replacing German Vargas who stood down to qualify for a run at the presidency next year. President… Read more Colombia’s Congress approves police general as vice…
  8. Colombia loses 28th community leader since peace process began

    Colombiareports.com - Colombia
    03.29 / 19:13 colombiareports.com
    A community leader has been killed in southern Colombia, making him the 28th since a peace deal with guerrilla group FARC came into effect, news website Pacifista reported Wednesday. According to the… Read more Colombia loses 28th community leader since peace process b…
  9. OFF THE CUFF: Venezuela Construction body ousts Odebrecht

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    03.29 / 17:34 newsroompanama.com
    Metro line 2 a work still in progress VENEZUELA’S Chamber of Construction (CVC) is the latest group to put the boot in to the once mighty, now crumbling Odebrecht  empire with the announcement on  Tuesday, Mar. 28,  that it has decided to suspend the company from the guild for violating ethical standards. The decision will be in effect until the general assembly makes a final decision on the company’s conduct or keeps open legal investigations  that compromise its business ethi…