A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Wednesday, March 18, 2020

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Two U.S. citizens could end coronavirus quarantine this week
Published Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - updated at 1:00 p.m.-
This week two U.S. citizens could be finishing the coronavirus covid-19 quarantined, informed authorities of the Ministry of Health. ➡️ Continue reading






Immigration extends tourist visas due to covid-19 emergency
Foreigners who entered the country as tourist after December 17, 2019 (still living in Costa Rica) will now have their tourist visa expiration dates extended. ➡️ Continue reading




Increased covid-19 cases force more emergency measures
Government authorities apply additional precautionary measures because of a confirmed 50 cases of patients infected with coronavirus covid-19.  ➡️ Continue reading




The government must reduce water service rates
The Water and Sewers Institute must reduce drinking water service rates in areas where suspensions have been applied. ➡️ Continue reading




Government invests $12.7 million in solar traffic lights
Solar traffic light installations will begin in April all across the country. ➡️ Continue reading




The country is not short of fuel
There is no risk of fuel shortages in Costa Rica during this national emergency, according to the Costa Rican Oil Refinery, RECOPE. ➡️ Continue reading






            



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