August 3, 2021: Information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulations in Panama
Panama is open to international travelers, keeping the safety and health of both tourists and locals our top priority.
Visitors from all countries are welcome to visit Panama, however, a negative COVID-19 test is required for entry. For more information on entry requirements as well as per country restrictions, please refer to the “Prior to Traveling” section.
Non-vaccinated travelers arriving from or that have transited through India, South Africa, the United Kingdom and some South American countries in the last 15 days will be required to take an additional COVID-19 test upon arrival and quarantine for 3 days. However, travelers arriving from these countries that can present a complete vaccination scheme, equal to or greater than 14 days after the last dose, will be excempt from the 3-day quarantine. For more information on these restrictions and country list, click here.
Currently, mobility restrictions are in place as well as mandatory curfew at night time. Please refer to the “Getting Around” section for more information. Beaches are currently open for visitors during mobility hours. For more details on beaches and attractions, please refer to the “Things to Do” section.
Last updated on July 28th, 2021
Protocols will be updated on an as-needed basis.
HIGH RISK COUNTRIES: The United Kingdom, India, South Africa, Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, Argentina, Paraguay, Ecuador, Guyana and Surinam
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