Something

Yesterday there was nothing, nothing going on, nothing changing. Today there is something, and more than one something. It’s interesting how things can change in a short time.

First the curfew on Sunday has been lifted in our province. Apparently things are doing better in Chiriqui so they feel they can relax the restrictions a bit. Businesses still need to be closed by 9 so people can be home by 10, but it’s a step forward and a bit of encouragement.

Then, I went to the David airport today to ask about testing. I was told that there is a testing place inside the airport, after check in and past security so it’s only for departing passengers. They will be there at 7am, so there will be plenty of time to make my 9:50 flight. It takes about 10 minutes and it’s free.

And, last but certainly not least, today is 14 days after our second Pfizer vaccine, so we are officially totally vaccinated.

Thank you Panama for trying to keep us safe in this pandemic. Thank you Panama for the free testing. Thank you Panama for the free vaccines.

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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8 Responses to Something

  1. ponygroomusa says:

    Panama is really Something, isn’t it?

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  2. This change is indeed something, ain’t nothin’! Good news as I get closer to my trip. So glad all is well there, see you in late July!

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    • I’m wondering since this wave started in Chiriqui, is the recovery starting her also and soon it will continue on through the country? That would be really good! I think you’ll have a good time here even if you can’t party all night 😀

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Great news Kris, and I hope your test and flights go smoothly. Hasta luego!!

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