The card is bleached out by the Panamanian sun.
Under normal circumstances I would have bought a new kit about a month ago, but the Covid isolation of the island is making that difficult.
Just getting groceries can be a challenge, much less non-essentials like fish stuff.
Women are allowed out of their yard 3 days per week, men sometimes only 2, and only 3 for hours on those days. Masks are the law.
To do actual shopping in the city, a permit must be acquired from the islands mayor, and because there are only 2 ferry's per week, one on each gender day, its quite the hassle.
I laugh when I hear about people in the states complaining about loss of freedoms.
But I must admit the isolation has had a real positive side. Although there are 64,000 cases of Covid in mainland Panama,
Taboga (my island) is Covid free at the moment
This may have some truth to this, although the official reason is to keep as few people coming into close contact as possible, and or having casual conversational groups. Here is Panama (especially in the city) people are very close proximity,and a little away time is probably a good thing.