Today Marks the End of Holiday Vacation for Many and the Return to Normal Schedules in Costa Rica

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    Today Marks the End of Holiday Vacation for Many and the Return to Normal Schedules in Costa RicaThe Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Although many workers already resumed their duties after celebrating Christmas and New Year, it is not until Monday, January 6 that all sectors are back to normal.

    The schedule of public institutions again takes up the usual time of admission at 8:00 am, after the action taken by President Laura Chinchilla and the Minister of Labour, Olman Segura, to advance in one hour on entry and exit, by vehicular crisis caused by the collapse of the road, for several months.

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    However some autonomous institutions may decide whether or not keep the income schedule at 7:00 am.

    People should take into account that Monday also begins vehicle restrictions to enter the center of San José.

    On Monday, restricted vehicles will have license plates ending in 1-2, Tuesday 3-4, Wednesday 5-6, Thursday 7-8 and Friday 9-0.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose Costa Rica

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