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Panama temporarily closes its borders with Colombia

The Government of Panama announced the closure of its land, sea and river borders with Colombia.

"The National Government has determined to temporarily suspend the entry into the national territory, by land, sea and river, of any person coming from the border with the Republic of Colombia, as of May 20, 2021," says a statement from the ministry of Foreign Relations of Panama published Wednesday night.

The measure is a response to Colombia's decision to open land, river and sea crossings along all its borders.

The Colombian government reopened from zero hours on Wednesday its borders with Panama, Ecuador, Peru and Brazil, closed 14 months ago to prevent the spread of the covid-19 pandemic, which at that time was just beginning in the country.

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