A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Monday, May 18, 2020


Manuel Antonio National Park
expects 1,000-plus tourists today

Manuel Antonio National Park in Quepos Puntarenas Province, opened its doors today at 7 a.m. ➡️ Continue reading

Professionals can obtain a scholarship to study in the U.S.
The U.S. Embassy opens applications for the Hubert H. Humphrey Scholarships Program. ➡️ Continue reading

Hotel owners begin training for reopening guidelines
The Costa Rican Tourism Institute began a training for hotel-industry owners on specific guidelines for proper covid-19 safety measures needed to reopen. ➡️ Continue reading

U.N. donates $3,500 in appliances to border police
Six washing machines and two freezers are the donations of the United Nations to the Ministry of Public Security.➡️ Continue reading

Mental health needs of migrants must be part
of the pandemic response, say specialists

Highlighting the deep impact that the Covic-19 pandemic is having on the mental health of people worldwide, the International Organization for Migration. ➡️ Continue reading

Costa Rica preview technology pooling initiative
to ensure access to covid-19 health products for all

Presidents Carlos Alvarado and Sebastián Piñera of Chile joined WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Friday to announce. ➡️ Continue reading

Congress approves new $370 million-plus government loan
The deputies of the Congress approved on Saturday, bill No.21871 of a $379 million loan agreement between the country with two international banks.➡️ Continue reading


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