A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Tuesday, April 28, 2020


Some companies may open businesses on May 1
On Monday the Government released new guidelines for businesses reopening on May 1, which were forced to close due to the increase in cases of patients infected with covid -19. ➡️ Continue reading

Court orders to restore potable water services while the country could reach 700 covid-19 cases today
The court, known as the Constitutional Chamber, ordered the government, through the Institute of Aqueducts, to restore drinking water services. ➡️ Continue reading

Guanacaste volcano emits five eruptions in two weeks
The Volcanological and Seismological Observatory reported the fifth eruption in the last two weeks of the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano. ➡️ Continue reading

Foreigners arrested on suspicion
of illegal mining in Guanacaste

Police from the Abangares District in Guanacaste Province in a joint operation with the Migration Police arrested 14 foreigners. ➡️ Continue reading

Prime Minister of the U.K. dilemma: Lives or Livelihoods
Britain’s Boris Johnson,  Prime Minister of the United Kingdom,  returned to work Monday less than three weeks after leaving the critical-care ward of a London hospital. ➡️ Continue reading

Global leaders should ensure everyone can
access covid-19 vaccines, says WHO

Heads of state and global health leaders made an unprecedented commitment to work together to accelerate the development and production of new vaccines. ➡️ Continue reading

$6.1 million-plus for 2020 influenza vaccination campaign
This year 1.3 million influenza vaccines will be applied, announced Social Security. ➡️ Continue reading


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