Tribal Gathering festival, which was originally scheduled to take place from 29th February to the 15th March, has confirmed a number of festival go-ers must remain on site for an extended period of time.
Although the festival have confirmed that no cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed on site, nor are there any suspected cases, Panama’s Minister of Health of ordered that all nationals who have entered Panama in the last 14 days to remain in lockdown.
In a statement on Instagram, Tribal Gathering wrote: The government and health officials have now decided to go back to the original mandate of allowing all nationals who have entered Panama over 14 days ago to exit the location.
Those who have not must remain here in quarantine on site until they reach the 14 day period which could mean people actually staying here longer than the 23rd.
In the wake of the President of Panama declaring a national emergency due to COVID-19/novel coronavirus, Panama’s Minister of Health has taken the extraordinary step of ordering all Tribal Gathering guests currently on site to remain in place until March 23. However, this was NOT in response to a positive COVID-19 test.