Charter Flights Costa Rica, Write Us Today and Get a Quote

Contact us via Whatsapp

+506 6030-3270

Why Does Panama Have Many More Cases Of Coronavirus Than Costa Rica?

Why Does Panama Have Many More Cases Of Coronavirus Than Costa Rica?

Costa Rica is well prepared. We are better prepared than many other countries, but if we do not all comply, it will be for not. Panama registered its first case of the new coronavirus three days after Costa Rica, on March 9, but as of Friday, April 3, the neighboring country has four times more

Six more people recover from COVID-19; new driving restrictions in place

SIX MORE PEOPLE RECOVER FROM COVID-19

Costa Rica has confirmed 483 total cases of the novel coronavirus, the Health Ministry announced Tuesday afternoon. The figure marks a 16-person increase over the same time Monday. Twenty-five people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 — 14 of them in intensive care. The age range of patients in intensive care is from 35 to 85

Costa Rica ‘has not had an intense increase in cases,’ Health Ministry says

Costa Rica has confirmed 467 total cases of the novel coronavirus, the Health Ministry announced Monday afternoon. The figure marks a 13-person increase over the same time Sunday. “Costa Rica, until this moment, has not had an intense increase in cases,” said Health Minister Daniel Salas. “That’s thanks to some of the measures we’ve taken,

News briefs: Google data shows effects of Costa Rica’s social distancing

News briefs: Google data shows effects of Costa Rica’s social distancing

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. Here’s what you need to know today: Google reveals COVID-19 mobility changes How much has life in Costa Rica changed as the country enacts measures to slow the spread of

News briefs: Residents can leave Costa Rica without losing status

News briefs: Residents can leave Costa Rica without losing status

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. Here’s what you need to know today: Residents can leave Costa Rica without losing status Costa Rica residents can leave the country without losing their residency status, the Immigration Administration

Costa Rica enacting strict measures during Semana Santa; country adds 28 new coronavirus cases

Costa Rica enacting strict measures during Semana Santa; country adds 28 new coronavirus cases

Costa Rica is enacting a series of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 during Semana Santa (Easter Holy Week). The measures, among the most significant taken in response to the coronavirus crisis, are part of Costa Rica’s efforts to reduce gatherings during what is typically the country’s biggest travel week. The measures are as

Costa Rica inaugurates coronavirus-specific hospital; total cases reach 347

Costa Rica inaugurates coronavirus-specific hospital

Costa Rica on Tuesday inaugurated a medical center that will exclusively treat patients with COVID-19. The facilities were created in less than two weeks by remodeling the National Rehabilitation Center (CENARE) in San José. They will house patients who test positive for COVID-19 who require hospitalization and specialized care. CENARE was retrofitted with a new

Costa Rican universities designing emergency ventilators to help patients with COVID-19

U.S. Embassy donates medical supplies to Costa Rica

Separate projects at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the Costa Rica Institute of Technology (TEC) could help the country be better prepared for an increase in coronavirus cases. Both universities are creating emergency ventilators that could be used by health professionals to treat patients in respiratory distress due to COVID-19. At UCR, a

ASSOCIATED COMPANIES

Associated Companies - Aerocaribe Air Flight