Panama seeks $20 million loan from the World Bank

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Panama seeks $20 million loan from the World Bank

Panamanian Minister of Health, Rosario Turner reported that a $20 million loan is being negotiated with the World Bank to purchase supplies and tackle

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Panamanian Minister of Health, Rosario Turner reported that a $20 million loan is being negotiated with the World Bank to purchase supplies and tackle the COVID-19 emergency.

The Minister said, «The request is to acquire all the necessary resources in terms of medicines and supplies, so we may continue the fight in the coming months.»

At the same time, Turner justified the loan by saying that the COVID-19 problem is not only unique to Panama, but a global problem.

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