A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Thursday, March 26, 2020


Three jailed foreigners suspected in drug trafficking
At the request of the Alajuela Prosecutor's Office, on Wednesday, a criminal court judge ordered three pre-trial months in prison for three foreigners. ➡️ Continue reading

Most people infected with covid-19
are young adults, say authorities

According to the most recent report of patients infected with the coronavirus covid-19 in the country, most of them are adults between the ages of 18 and 65.➡️ Continue reading

More than 200 drivers fined for
breaking the night driving ban rule

Traffic Police fined 247 law breakers on their first night of vehicle restrictions, as part of the measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus covid-19. ➡️ Continue reading

The government gets $75- plus million
loan for fisheries from World Bank

The Executive Board of the World Bank approved on Wednesday a loan of $75.1 million for a term of 33.5 years, with a grace period of 6 years, to finance fishing activity in the country.  ➡️ Continue reading

U.S. citizens living overseas must be included in covid-19 legislative relief efforts, said specialist
Americans Citizens Abroad, ACA, on Tuesday sent a letter to the U.S. Congress, Treasury and IRS reminding these offices that U.S. citizens abroad are taxed the same as citizens residing in the United States.  ➡️ Continue reading


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