Coronavirus: Panamanian government decreed that those isolated at the Tribal Gathering Festival will only be able to leave the place after the 23rd
Amid the coronavirus outbreak around the world, several music festivals are being postponed or suspended to try to reduce the contagion, as is the case with Lollapalooza, the Coachella it's the Glastonbury Festival.
Contrary to other big events, the Tribal Gathering Festival, an electronic music event that took place in Panama. The party took place last Friday (13/3), but what the public did not imagine is that the Panamanian government would declare a state of emergency due to Covid-19, preventing the festival audience from leaving the island. The event took place near Playa Chiquita, one of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean country.
About 300 people attending a music festival in Panama are prevented from returning to their homes after the country's government closed all borders to contain the coronavirus pandemic. coronavirus.
“It's been a complete nightmare. We were not given any information, no government authorities or representatives of the festival organizers came to talk to us. Luckily, the driver of one of the government buses agreed to bring me, along with 10 other people, to the capital,” said Hughes.
Right now, medical supplies are a bigger problem than food. The Red Cross was hired by the festival to support the public, has already left the place. So far, there are no cases of Covid-19 recorded among festival participants.
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