550 police units will be deployed for the Maná concert

The National Police of Panama has organized an extensive security device in collaboration with emergency and health institutions and the company Showpro for the concert of the renowned Mexican rock band Maná. This event, scheduled for Tuesday, April 23 at Rod Carew Stadium, will be attended by 550 police and traffic units.

Commissioner Jorge Domínguez, National Director of Citizen Security, has highlighted the importance of guaranteeing safety and protection throughout the event, from the first hours until its end. The police deployment will be carried out on the access roads and areas surrounding the stadium, with the aim of safeguarding the physical integrity of the artists, organizers and attendees, as well as promoting peaceful coexistence.

For his part, Deputy Commissioner Luis Hernández, National Director of Transit Operations, has announced that units on foot and on motorcycles will be implemented from Altaplaza Mall to the Rod Carew Stadium to facilitate vehicular flow, especially considering the movement of people towards Panamá Oeste. after the work day.

Hernández has also offered recommendations to attendees, such as maintaining order, parking in well-lit areas and securing their vehicles. Likewise, some prohibitions have been established, including the prohibition of bringing electronic cigarettes, sharp objects, firearms and other similar items to the concert.

The public is informed that there will be no parking available at the stadium, so it is suggested to park in safe and well-lit places, in addition to avoiding leaving valuables inside vehicles. In addition, it has coordinated with the company Mi Bus to guarantee the availability and frequency of public transportation for those attending the Maná concert.

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