Panama Restricts Citizens’ Movement by Gender During Coronavirus Lockdown

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
April 1, 2020

“No male attention for 15 days.”

Governments from all around the world really don’t want people to socialize.

Panama’s government is kicking it up a notch, forbidding men and women from even crossing paths.


The government of Panama on Monday announced strict quarantine measures that separate citizens by gender in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

From Wednesday, men and women will only be able to leave their homes for two hours at a time, and on different days.

Until now, quarantine regulations were not based on gender.

Men will be able to go to the supermarket or the pharmacy on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and women will be allowed out on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

No one will be allowed to go out on Sundays.

The new measures will last for 15 days.

For 15 days, the only men women will see are the men they live with, and the only women men will see are the women they live with.

Stopping women from being catcalled for 15 days is a cruel measure that risks their lives even more than the virus.

Women need the attention.

But maybe people in Panama are sex junkies who just go for it every chance they get, spreading all kinds of viruses, even when just walking to the supermarket or pharmacy.

Or maybe all of this is just a global social experiment on the goyim’s capacity to obey and adapt to ludicrous orders.