Language:

  • Panama’s Metro Line 2 Consortium support actions to combat Covid-19

    DATE: 05/26/2020

    Published by: OEC

    This week, the team at Hospital Irma de Lourdes Tzanetatos of the Social Security Fund, located in Tocumen, will start with the transfer of patients that are not diagnosed with Covid-19 to an annex with 43 beds. The facility is an annex to the Irma de Lourdes Tzanetatos Hospital in Tocumen, where only patients who do not show Covid-19 symptoms will be hospitalized.

    The infrastructure to which they continue to make some adjustments was donated at no cost by the Line 2 Consortium, composed of OEC – Odebrecht Engineering & Construction and the Spanish company Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FCC). In a press conference, the Director General of the Fund, Enrique Lau Cortés, informed that the donation, being a unit with 43 beds, will be able to expand services that are not Covid-19 related.

    No comments

    Want to learn more
    about the subject?

    Click here and leave you suggestion
    for the next post

    Related news

    +
    0
    OEC

    In yet another step on the Diversity & Inclusion journey and as planned in its strategy, OEC has launched...

    July 18, 2024
    +
    0
    OEC

      The mayor of Miami-Dade County, Daniella Levine Cava, and the director and CEO of Miami International Airport, Ralph...

    July 17, 2024
    +
    0
    OEC

    This June, OEC was successful in the certification process for its Sustainability actions, which underpins its positioning and actions...

    July 10, 2024
    +
    0
    OEC

    Rio de Janeiro City Hall inaugurated this Friday (05) the new Mergulhão under Avenida Cesário de Melo, in the...

    July 05, 2024