Costa Rica has flattened the curve. In nine of the last 10 days, Costa Rica has added single-digit new coronavirus cases. Over that span, recoveries (176) have significantly outpaced new positive cases (46). While the country has reported six COVID-19-related deaths, at no point have the country’s health services been overwhelmed due to the pandemic.
We are all following the news about the novel coronavirus (COVID19) as, understandably, it is worrisome. At the moment of writing this update, there are 201 confirmed cases here in Costa Rica. On March 16, 2020, the Costa Rican government declared a state of emergency meaning that borders will close on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 allowing
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,
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