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    How the Worker´s Health and Disability Orders Due to COVID-19 Apply in Costa Rica

    On the subject of isolation and disability orders, doubts arise when the worker is diagnosed with Covid-19 and his condition allows him to continue working

    The COVID-19 Vaccine will not be Applied to Young People until 2022, says WHO

    The chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO), Soumya Swaminathan, said today that a 'young and...
    Our Physiological Reserves Allows Us to Better Face COVID-19

    Five Valuable Lessons from the Pandemic on Savings and Investment

    Despite the crisis the country is experiencing, which was aggravated by the pandemic, experts agree that maintaining the habit of saving is...

    At What Point Does A Person With COVID-19 Begin To Infect Another?

    The main causes for which new infections of SARS-CoV-2 or Covid-19 are because the health security recommendations are not put into practice...
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    US Lowers Level of Travel Alert for its Citizens to Costa Rica

    The State Department lowered the travel alert advisory level for Costa Rica from a level 4 —which means “do not visit” -...
    The WHO Confirms the Origin of COVID-19

    The WHO Confirms the Origin of COVID-19

    The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has put an end to doubts about the origin of the novel Coronavirus
    People with Neanderthal DNA can lead to More Severe Manifestations of COVID-19

    People with Neanderthal DNA can suffer a more Severe form of COVID-19

    Research carried out has revealed that a genetic variant of a region of chromosome 3 is associated with the most severe manifestations of the Coronavirus disease
    Baby of a Young Pregnant Woman Who Died of COVID-19 Manages to Survive

    Baby of a Young Pregnant Woman Who Died of COVID-19 Manages to Survive

    Within the latest list of deaths from COVID-19, a woman with a particular profile stood out: at 18 she became the youngest victim

    Vietnam Extends Number of Days Without Cases or Deaths from COVID-19

    Vietnam closed today with a thousand cases of Covid-19, but that number grew at the expense of five nationals recently returned from France

    COVID-19 Resurfaces in Europe, but why is Italy the Exception?

    Italy, hard hit in the first wave of the Coronavirus, is today the exception in Europe (where the new outbreak of COVID-19 is almost general)
    Civic Illiteracy in times of COVID-19

    Civic Illiteracy in times of COVID-19

    During these six months of Pandemic in which we have lived under constant restrictive measures by the Ministry of Health, at some point we questioned what the behavior

    The Torch of Freedom was Lit in Costa Rica Amid the Pandemic

    As is traditional in Costa Rica, this year the Torch of Freedom reached the Central Park of San José, but this time...

    INA and MEIC Announce Training for 200 Entrepreneurs Affected by the COVID-19 Crisis

    The National Institute of Learning (INA) and the Ministry of Economy, Industry, and Commerce (MEIC), make available...

    Costa Rica Evaluates Options from Six Pharmaceutical Companies for Future Purchase of Vaccines against...

    Costa Rica is in talks with six different pharmaceutical companies, to make a future purchase of vaccines...

    Despite Holidays, COVID-19 Contagion Rate Maintains a Downward Trend in Costa Rica

    For 3 weeks, the contagion rate in the country began to decrease. Despite the long weekend between...

    Physical Education Teacher Helps Patients with COVID-19 Recover more Promptly

    During more than three decades of work in the institution his presence has been seen in health...

    Movie Theaters Will be Reactivated in Costa Rica

    In the world there is a COVID-19 Pandemic, which since last year 2019 has infected more than 20 million people. All areas...

    Costa Rican Towns Can Reopen Parks by Having a Prevention Plan for COVID-19

    The possibility of reopening public parks is viewed with caution in Pococí, Monteverde, and Talamanca, given the...

    Costa Rican Scientists Seek to Modify Cancer Treatment and Adapt It as a Therapy...

    The Costa Rican company Speratum is developing a potential molecular therapy against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes...

    Costa Rican Drinking Water Does Not Contain COVID-19

    There are many questions we ask ourselves with regard to this COVID-19 Pandemic that has been attacking humanity since the end of...

    Digital Transformation is Urgent in Costa Rica

    The College of Informatics and Computing Professionals (CPIC) is aware of the importance of digital transformation, and highlights that it is one...

    Covid-19 Vaccine: the “essential information” that we do not have yet

    Although the entire world is eagerly awaiting the vaccine against the novel Coronavirus, all the studies currently...
    COVID-19 Let’s Just Not Sharpen the Wolf’s Teeth

    COVID-19: Let’s Not Sharpen the Wolf’s Teeth

    With reference to Covid-19, everything has focused on the virus and what has to be done with it, even the wildly sought vaccine

    Franchise Summit Will Prepare this Sector for the Covid-19 Reality

    With more than 360 brands, of which 22% are national, franchises have been a source of employment...
    Russia Organizes Schedule for Application of COVID-19 Vaccines

    Russia Organizes Schedule for Application of COVID-19 Vaccines

    Starting in November, Russia will begin the application of vaccines against the Coronavirus for high-risk groups, announced the Minister of Health of that country, Mikhail Murashko

    High-impact Biomedical Research against COVID-19: A Historic Milestone for the CCSS

    The clinical study of the two anti-SARS-Co-V2 equine immunoglobulin formulations marks a historic milestone in the development...

    At Least 4% of the Costa Rican Population Has Already Been Affected by COVID-19

    At least 4% of Costa Ricans have been infected by COVID-19. This is estimated by an analysis...

    US Refuses to Participate in WHO Fund to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine Equitably

    The Trump administration assured this September 1st  that it will not participate in the Covax mechanism, which would seek to distribute Covid-19 vaccines equitably in countries with fewer resources

    Back to Virtual Classes: Seven Easy Tips to Protect Children’s Eye Health

    The new modality of virtual classes in which the student community is immersed due to the COVID-19...

    Learn About what Negative Psychological Effects the COVID-19 Pandemic is Having on People

    According to experts in the field, the negative psychological effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is leaving on people have increased exponentially in recent months

    Health Director of Canada Urges Wearing Face Mask during Sex to Avoid COVID-19

    Canada's director of Public Health this past Wednesday urged couples to wear face masks during sex to...
    What to do if COVID-19 Cases are Detected at the Workplace

    What to do if COVID-19 Cases are Detected at the Workplace?

    As Covid-19 cases grow in the country, work centers increasingly must attend to contagions in the work force

    “Equine Serum” testing for treating COVID-19 Patients Begins this Week

    Costa Rica will begin this week with the human testing period of the equine serum created to...

    Costa Rica Manages to Identify Quantity of COVID-19 Particles in Wastewater

    Costa Rica obtained for the first time a measurement of the amount of SARS-CoV-2 particles in wastewater

    An Increase Approved for the Price of Gasoline Goes as Follows: ¢ 29 for...

    The price of fuel will go up next week. The Regulatory Authority of Public Services (Aresep) approved this Friday an increase of...
    The Fauna In Costa Rican National Parks Has Re-adapted To Their Natural Way Of Life

    Costa Rica, the Country Blessed with Abundance of Natural Parks

    Faced with the COVID-19 Pandemic, many countries in the world have been paralyzed, in confinement, fearful but hopeful. Have you wondered what...

    WHO Affirms That Cases of Reinfection by COVID-19 Are Very Rare

    The World Health Organization (WHO) determined that, despite the increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide and the confirmation...

    A Person is Reinfected with a Mutated Strain of the Coronavirus Four Months after...

    A group of researchers from the University of Hong Kong has reported that a man was infected a second time with SARS-CoV-2,...

    Learn How to Obtain a CCSS Disability Permit for COVID-19 Sanitary Order of Quarantine

    Knowing how to obtain a disability permit for quarantine health order due to COVID-19 in the Costa...

    Costa Rican Minister of Health in Quarantine Due to Confirmed Contact with a Positive...

    The Costa Rican Minister of Health, Daniel Salas, will be in isolation for 14 days due to...
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