The Ministry of Health (Minsa) reported that the fairs for 2022 will only be artisan, cultural and agricultural; This also includes the postponement of the Mil Polleras parade in Los Santos, due to the increase in positive cases of Covid-19 and infections with the omicron variant detected in the country.
The Minsa statement indicates that in lThe fairs will not be allowed dances, discos or singers. The installation of inns will be allowed for food sales and to enter the fair events will be of a character It is compulsory to present a QR code or vaccination cards with a complete scheme at the entrances.
It adds that the decision is made after consulting the Health Advisory Council and after the approval of the President of the Republic, Laurentino Cortizo.
Fairs approved for 2022 include: Flower and Coffee Fair, blowjob
(January 13 – 23), La Chorrera International Fair (January 26 – February 6), International Fair of San José de David (March 10 – 20) and the Azuero International Fair (April 21 – May 1).