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    Entering a New World Era

    Given the freedom to create a blueprint for a new and better world, what would you change? At the start of 2020, life was hurtling...
    Costa Rica Proposes a Special Plan for Commercial Exchange in the Central American Region During the COVID-19 Crisis

    Costa Rica Proposes a Special Plan for Commercial Exchange in the Central American Region...

    Currently it was announced that Costa Rica proposed to the Central American countries a pilot plan to continue the exchange of commercial goods in the region in a safe way, while the COVID-19 Pandemic crisis continues

    Ibero-American Companies Struggle against COVID-19 Recession

    Spain and its companies learned to be international in Latin America. There, they also assimilated that what was important was not a country but...

    General Guidelines for Commercial, Residential, and Mixed Condos Are Updated

    On May 11th, 2020, the Ministry of Health issued a new update (version 5) of the general guidelines that affect commercial, residential, and mixed...

    UNWTO Launches Tourism Recovery Assistance Program

    The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has launched a Technical Assistance Program for Tourism Recovery that provides guidance to the Member States regarding the response...

    Pollinators Are Essential for Economic Reactivation after COVID-19 Pandemic

    In recent weeks, business chambers in Costa Rica have irresponsibly pressed for Costa Rica to allow the use of more agrochemicals without a toxicological...

    Coffee Consumption Remains Strong despite the COVID-19 Crisis

    The main coffee import and consumption markets in Europe, North America, and Asia are in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Governments have implemented...

    7-Year-Old Boy Helps Buy Computer for His Schoolmate

    Gabriel Solís is a 1st-grade boy at the Monterrey School, in San Pedro de Montes de Oca. After several weeks of not being in...

    El Salvador Accuses Costa Rica of “Creating a False Impression that it has Flattened...

    During the Pandemic that hits the entire world, the President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, assured through a national radio and television transmission in...

    Costa Rica Extends the Closure of Its Borders for Another Month

    The closure of borders in Costa Rica will be extended for another month, according to an announcement recently made by the Minister of Public...

    ICT Presents New Roadmap for Tourism Industry Recovery

    Taking advantage of an unprecedented national advertising campaign and with actions aimed at reducing prices for the final consumer. In this way, the recovery...

    Costa Rica Extends Border Closure until June 15th

    The country will extend the closure of borders until next June 15th as a protection measure against Covid-19, as announced by the Minister of...

    COVID-19 Patients Should Not Get Vaccinated Against Influenza

    This Monday, May 4th, a vaccination campaign against the influenza virus began throughout the country. However, if you have a health order to stay...

    Illegal Hunting Groups Raid in Corcovado National Park

    Nearby residents of Drake Bay, in the canton of Osa, Puntarenas, reported that in recent days groups of people have raided the Corcovado National...

    IATA Will Release New Protocol for Airplane Travels

    One of the criteria and/or scenarios that generate the most fear or unknowns, once the impact of the coronavirus begins to decrease, is that...

    Costa Rica Already Has More COVID-19 Recovered Patients than Active Cases!

    Out of the 733 coronavirus cases that have been detected in Costa Rica (up to now), 372 have already recovered. That is, for this...

    80% of the National Population Would Have to Be Infected with COVID-19 to Achieve...

    Between 70% and 80% of the national population would have to get infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 in order to generate...

    More than 9,500 Businesses Closed and 226 Arrested for Not Complying with Sanitary Measures

    The interventions of Public Security officers and the Traffic Police have applied 13,047 sanctions for violating the sanitary vehicle restriction, while more than 9,500...

    Costa Rican Chamber of Restaurants Reports 8,550 Closed Businesses and 121,000 Unemployed

    Last Thursday (April 30th), the Costa Rican Chamber of Restaurants (Cacore) updated the figures affecting this sector: there are already 8,500 closed businesses, mostly...

    Human Interference in Biodiversity, Is the Origin of Pandemics

    The appearance of the novel Coronavirus, that has already killed more than 180,000 people on the planet, originates in the animal kingdom and is...

    Find Out How Smoking Can Seriously Affect Your Health in Times of COVID-19

    It is no secret to anyone that cigarette smoke is harmful to the respiratory system of human beings. Affecting its cellular immunity and at the humoral level

    How to Celebrate Your Child’s Birthday in Times of Coronavirus

    A child's birthday is always special, he spends the whole year waiting for that day and now when the date approaches, you tell him...

    Number of Deceased Costa Ricans in the US by COVID-19 Almost Doubles the Number...

    A total of 11 Costa Ricans have lost their lives in the United States as a result of the novel Coronavirus, a figure that...

    Costa Rica Accumulates Consecutive Days of Sustained Reduction of Active COVID-19 Cases

    Costa Rica accumulates consecutive days of a sustained reduction in active cases of COVID-19 and the lowest mortality rate derived from the epidemic outbreak...

    Traffic Fines During The Vehicle Circulation Restriction Period Will Be Used To Support People...

    The Covid-19 pandemic has shaken the entire world, millions of people are locked up in their homes today and only go out for what...

    Government Establishes Special Measures for Movement by Workers of the Agricultural Sector

    In a press release, the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock indicated that the preferential measures for agricultural producers are maintained for the next few...

    The Costa Rican Public Health System Guarantees Access to Its Services by All Citizens...

    The Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) is a component of the national public health system and is in charge of providing health services...

    UCR and CCSS ready to produce COVID-19 treatments with blood from recovered patients

    The Clodomiro Picado Institute of the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) have ready the first protocols...

    Rice and Beans: Costa Rica Is headed Towards Shortages due To The Covid-19 Crisis

    From being completely self-sufficient in terms of agriculture production, we have become a food importing country, now producing less than 25% of what we...

    Declaration By The Native Indigenous People, African Descendants And Popular Organizations Of Latin...

    The crisis that COVID-19 has caused globally presents us with a crossroads for the peoples of Abya Yala - Latin America. Popular organizations are...

    The Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) Negotiates With Hotels To Decongest Hospitals For...

    The Costa Rican Social Security Fund(CCSS) is analyzing options and costs, in case Covid-19 care requires mobilizing stable patients to non-hospital spaces. The CCSS...

    The Costa Rican Economy Was Showing Clear Signs of Improvement until the Upset by...

    Until last February, the Costa Rican economy was still showing signs of improvement, according to the most recent data from the Monthly Index of...

    The Isolated Yanomami Tribe Of The Amazon Has Now Also Been Hit By The...

    Just as to prove to the world that no place is safe from the Coronavirus Pandemic, not even the vast amazon rainforest, today it...

    Educating Young People about COVID-19 through Music

    The COVID-19 pandemic is a reality that is affecting people in Costa Rica; however, the contagion curve in this Central American country continues to...

    Vehicle Restriction Tightens In Costa Rica

    Since this Wednesday, the restriction on vehicle traffic has tightened: the authorization to circulate is reduced to two license plate numbers and you can...

    Animals in Latin America Explore Cities during Quarantine

    In the midst of the preventive measures taken by governments in Latin America, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, animals such as cougars, foxes, dolphins,...

    Costa Rica: a Small Country Taking Great Strides Forward In the Battle against COVID-19

    The coronavirus pandemic is a strong reality currently hitting almost all countries in the world. To date, 1.4 million infected people have been counted...

    Artificial Respirators Are Created At the University of Costa Rica

    Costa Rica, like all other countries of the world, is fighting the pandemic due to COVID-19, taking all sanitary and protective measures for the...

    How To Make The Most Out Of Your Time During This Quarantine Period

    A situation that is being experienced for the first time in many countries of the world is the “quarantine”. A situation that caught most...
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