Time for caravans of Americans to flee to Honduras?

How are things looking in https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/situation-reports ? Should caravans of Americans be heading south? A pillar of our political faith is that everyone who lives in Honduras (139 cases), Guatemala (36 cases), or El Salvador (30 cases) needs to come to El Norte (140,640 cases) for safety (once established here, the purported “gangs” that fought each other down there will never start up another fight?).

Does coronaplague change anything? Might it be smart for Americans to flee south in caravans (“Coronavans”?) to Central America? If so, which country looks like the best option?

(Or how about Haiti? Our Deplorable President famously disparaged this fine nation of hard-working efficient well-organized citizens. But right now, with 15 cases, it looks like a safe haven, no?)

An image from Guatemala, part of my Mamiya 7 camera review:


4 thoughts on “Time for caravans of Americans to flee to Honduras?

  1. I would recommend the bay islands off the coast of Honduras. They remain the cheapest place in the world to become a certified Scuba diver. Although I would not recommend this for our fine host Phil, who struggles with decompression sickness.

  2. I am curious to see if the boomer and millennial love affair with third world vacations is going to end when all the panic is over.

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