Free 30 day insurance offered to tourists

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Panama gives free health insurance for 30 days to all who enter the country through Tocumen International Airport. Cards promoting this benefit are available at the airport. But carrying the card is not necessary to collect on the policy to cover medical expenses for emergencies that occur while in national territory.

Visitors to the country who have a medical emergency must simply show the entrance stamp on their passport to the hospital staff and the Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) will cover the cost through a blanket policy provided through Generali Insurance.

Through this effort, Panama expects to capture a greater percentage of the tourism market by making visitors to our country feel safer through providing this free value-added service. There is an exclusive hotline for questions and concerns regarding the new policy, reachable at 204-9300 and 204 2312.


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