A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Friday, May 15, 2020


National Parks readies to welcome tourists
Starting Monday at 5 a.m. the more popular national parks and wild reserves will open their doors to tourists. ➡️ Continue reading

Companies donate medical supplies to
the National Emergency Commission

To help fight the covid-19 pandemic in Costa Rica, 7 companies from La Lima Free Trade Zone in Cartago Province. ➡️ Continue reading

Investment of almost $9 million
in Puntarenas to attract tourism

The government through the Costa Rican Institute of Pacific Ports, INCOP, announced an investment of $8,909,014 ➡️ Continue reading

Bulbs and blooms
There are times when we Northerners bemoan the loss of flowers we loved since childhood.➡️ Continue reading

United Nations is tackling the spread of fake news
From misinformation about the use of disinfectants to combat the coronavirus to false claims that the virus can spread through radio waves and mobile networks. ➡️ Continue reading

Coffee linked to lower body fat in women, study says
Women who drink two or three cups of coffee a day have been found to have lower total body and abdominal fat. ➡️ Continue reading

Government reduces bureaucracy procedures
As part of the measures for economic revitalization, the government established the decree No.085-Mideplan-MEIC, to eliminate paperwork and requirements.➡️ Continue reading


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