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Costa Rica stands out in the world press as a destination to visit after the crisis

They miss us and we are present in the minds of potential tourists in our main markets. Remembering Costa Rica and in these weeks of quarantined in their countries, ours stands out for the diversity of natural attractions and biodiversity, the fullness that is experienced when feeling the experience of a rainforest, the incomparable beauty

Costa Rica reports only one new case of the coronavirus

Costa Rica reports only one new case of the coronavirus

Costa Rica confirmed only one new case of the coronavirus over the past day, totaling 687 known cases, the Health Ministry announced Friday afternoon. Over the same period, 20 more people have recovered from COVID-19, meaning Costa Rica has registered its eighth-straight decrease in known active coronavirus cases. Twelve people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19

Costa Rica extends coronavirus border restrictions until May 15

Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (LIR). Liberia, Guanacaste ((Via ICT))

Costa Rica has extended its entry restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic until May 15. Until at least that date, Costa Rica will deny entry to tourists and non-resident foreigners, the Health Ministry announced Monday. The restriction applies to the country’s ports of entry via land, air or sea. Exceptions may be made for

Understanding Spanish-language media when learning about the coronavirus

Teletica Channel 7 News on April 20, 2020. (Screenshot.)

Over the past several months, we have introduced you, dear reader, to tiquismos and costarriqueñismos as part of our “Tico Talk” series. Check out the previous installments here. As the coronavirus crisis changes life in Costa Rica and elsewhere, it’s more important than ever to have media literacy. Of course, The Tico Times will keep you up-to-date every day, but

Costa Rica adds fewest number of known COVID-19 cases in more than a month

Costa Rica dips below 500 active coronavirus cases as recoveries rise

Costa Rica confirmed just two new cases of the coronavirus over the past day, totaling 662 known cases, the Health Ministry announced Monday afternoon. Over the same period, 12 more people have recovered from COVID-19, meaning Costa Rica has registered its fourth-straight decrease in known active coronavirus cases. Costa Rica has added 20 or fewer

Costa Rica prepares to develop its own coronavirus tests; will announce next steps in facing crisis

Costa Rica plans to develop its own test for the coronavirus, President Carlos Alvarado announced Thursday afternoon. The Costa Rican government is also preparing to announce a roadmap for easing restrictions against the spread of COVID-19. In addition to the latest coronavirus data, here’s what you should know from today’s press conference: Costa Rica developing coronavirus

Costa Rica asks tourists to postpone, not cancel, their trips

News briefs: Costa Rica asks tourists to postpone, not cancel, their trips

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted nearly everybody. The global crisis is stressful, more than a little scary, and has quickly changed many of our day-to-day lives. Here are a couple of more uplifting stories — that alone don’t merit a full article — to brighten your Monday. ‘Don’t cancel, postpone’ President Carlos Alvarado joined dozens

News briefs: Start your week with positive stories from Costa Rica

News briefs: Start your week with positive stories from Costa Rica

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted daily life in Costa Rica, which has declared a State of Emergency and enacted sweeping measures to slow its spread. Not all the news is negative, though. Here are some positive stories with which to start your week: ‘Chepe se Baña’ installs sanitary stations in San José A group of

More than 100,000 layoffs as 40% of Costa Rica’s restaurants close

More than 100,000 layoffs as 40% of Costa Rica’s restaurants close

Some 100,000 restaurant workers in Costa Rica have lost their jobs after the closure of more than 40% of the establishments in the sector, a result of the crisis caused by the novel coronavirus. According to the Costa Rican Restaurants Chamber (CACORE), 7,980 restaurants have closed this month, leading to the dismissal of 109,440 workers.

Costa Rica announces new health measures as coronavirus tally reaches 295

Costa Rica announces new health measures as coronavirus tally reaches 295

Costa Rica has confirmed 295 cases of the novel coronavirus, the Health Ministry announced Saturday afternoon. The figure marks a 32-person increase over the same time Friday. It matches the largest day-over-day increase in known cases of COVID-19 within Costa Rica. In addition, 15 people are now hospitalized with COVID-19, six more than on Friday.

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