Panama, Panama, what are you doing to us? I was so pleased this summer to see how well Panama was dealing with the pandemic. Everyone was wearing masks and practicing social distancing, and cases were going down, from a high of 1200 new cases a day, the numbers fell and were sitting at 200-400 new cases a day. Then something happened. I don't know exactly what prompted the change, whether it was weariness of it all, or because of a series of National holidays in November.