A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Thursday, May 7, 2020


 Government retorts to Bukele
The government is concerned about the statements of Nayib Bukele, president of El Salvador, on May 5 when he queried the practices and standards that Costa Rica does. ➡️ Continue reading

Tourist visa automatically extended until July
Due to an employee of the General Directorate of Migration testing positive for covid-19, the building will be closed to the public until May 18. ➡️ Continue reading

After patrolling the Caribbean Sea the Coast Guard
Cutter Mohawk returns to the U.S.

The Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk.WMEC-913, crew returned to their homeport in Key West, Florida following a 65-day counter-drug patrol. ➡️ Continue reading

Low prices and local travelers should increase tourism
With the development of a local tourism campaign with low prices aimed at local travelers, foreign residents and Costa Ricans, the Tourism Institute seeks to increase tourism. ➡️ Continue reading

103-year-old woman gets vaccinated
against influenza at home

Licitania Vargas Arce, 103, who lives in Ciudad Quesada District, Alajuela Province, is one of elderly people who has been injected with the flu vaccine. ➡️ Continue reading

U.S. firm donates face shields to Emergency Commission
Wisconsin-based Mercyhealth Hospital and Trauma Center-Janesville had a shortage of protective equipment due to the covid-19 pandemic.  ➡️ Continue reading

Covid-19 vaccine for human trials in the U.S.
Two pharmaceutical companies said their experimental coronavirus vaccine is being delivered in the U.S. for initial human testing.  ➡️ Continue reading


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