Tocumen Airport establishes Covid-19 test laboratory
It will allow passengers leaving Panama to take their test before checking in, given the new demands of many countries
Tocumen International Airport informs its travelers that one of the 4 laboratories that operate in the Duty Free area will be relocated to level 100 of the air terminal.
It will allow passengers leaving the country to take their Covid-19 test before checking-in, given the new requirements of many countries, which request a negative test before boarding their flight.
The airport authorities have reiterated that, to enter Panama, they must present a certificate of PCR or negative antigen swab with a maximum of 48 hours in advance.
Tocumen International Airport, the main hub of Central America and the Caribbean, closed the year 2020 connecting with more than 60 destinations in 35 countries in America and Europe.