Living in Panama During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Here’s an article by Jackie Lange from the Panama Relocation Tours

It’s a very good overview of what’s been going on here in Panama. I respect Jackie’s sensible advice and thoughts on her site and on social media. The tours are also excellent, according to the many people who have taken them. But, of course, they are on hold now because of the world wide situation, and they are also sold out for the next year. If you are interested in a tour, get registered now. (Use my link, if you would, please, thank you

As for us here, more of the same. We are home, doing fine, happy, keeping busy. It’s Good Friday and Easter weekend so we are restricted to our homes all weekend. But we have been home for days and days so it’s not a change for us, and we have plenty to keep us occupied.

Best wishes to you all out there in this difficult situation. Stay safe, healthy, and as sane and happy as possible!


About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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3 Responses to Living in Panama During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  1. Phyllis Cunningham says:

    Kris, I just commented this morning that I was missing your posts. Even though we won’t ever get to relocate to Panama, I still long to, and I look forward to every post. I am pleased that you are doing well. Here in W. Texas life is slowing down, unusual in an oil field community. My husband is an essential worker and still working. I am only leaving for groceries and an afternoon walk. I am thankful that we are still allowed to do that. I look forward to seeing you back on your bike and praying for a speedy change.


  2. Eliza Ayres says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.


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