Panamanian fishermen donate 2 tons of fish to isolated indigenous people

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Panamanian fishermen donate 2 tons of fish to isolated indigenous people

The fishermen distributed two tons of fish among poor communities of Panama, in solidarity with the families of isolated indigenous people who have be

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The fishermen distributed two tons of fish among poor communities of Panama, in solidarity with the families of isolated indigenous people who have been left without food due to the pandemic.

“This is a blessing “says Rubiela Urrutia, indigenous woman of the Guna ethnic group as she receives the bag with a few pounds of fish in this community that has been isolated day to day from the Central American isthmus.

In Panama 146 people have died and more than 5,000 are infected with the covid-19, so authorities have implemented a quarantine in which men and women go out on different days and only for two hours. For the weekend, a mandatory total quarantine has been implemented for all citizens.

 

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