The National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc), together with the other state security entities, will dispatch operations officers, paramedics, rescuers and emergency personnel during the national holiday operation called “Bicentennial Joint Task Force 2021″.
The head of the National Emergency Operations Center (COEN), Yasmín DelgadoHe indicated that specialized rescue and rescue units will also participate in the national operation, under the coordination of the COE, a strategic center where all the information that involves emergency, search and rescue news will be concentrated.
For this operation the Sinaproc will actively have some 250 units between officials and volunteers, who will be stationed in 20 points of beaches and rivers, with rescuers, lifeguards and lifeguards and support will also be provided for all activities carried out in the national territory on the occasion of the celebration of the Bicentennial of the Republic, said the Director of the COE.
Delgado urged the population to take proper prevention and safety measures and urged them to avoid bathing in rivers due to the rainy season that untimely causes them to rise.
In this operation, which will run until November 30, the Institutional Protection Service (SPI); Naval Air Service, National Border Service (Senafront), National Police (PN) and Sinaproc will deploy some 26 thousand troops to safeguard the lives of all Panamanians and foreigners in the national territory throughout the month of the Homeland.
Sinaproc warns that the rainy season will last until November 30, 2021; so it advises to follow the instructions of the lifeguard staff of the Joint Task Force which will be posted in the recreation and family recreation centers.