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Published Tuesday, June 9, 2020


The U.S. government donates face
shields to Emergency Commission
The U.S. government through the USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, OFDA, donated 1,200 reusable face shields made of acrylic material to the National Emergency Commission. ➡️ Continue reading

A U.S. citizen jailed on suspicion
of attempted murder of his girlfriend
On Monday, the police from the San Rafael District station in Alajuela Province arrested a U.S. citizen man surnamed Brenes. ➡️ Continue reading

Canadian corp donates face masks
Canada based Thomson Reuters donates $3,471 to purchase  supplies  for the manufacture of face masks donated to the Social Security. ➡️ Continue reading

$150,000-plus available in non-refundable
funds for entrepreneurs
With the goal of financing projects that help reduce the spread and combat the effects on citizens' health derived from the covid-19, $156,205 of non-reimbursable funds. ➡️ Continue reading

New Zealand has no covid-19 cases
There are no active cases and no new cases of covid-19 in New Zealand, the Ministry of Health has confirmed on Monday.  ➡️ Continue reading

International bank donates $7,000
in food to covid-19 patients
The Honduras-based Central American Bank for Economic Integration, CABEI, donated $7,000 to the Ladies Volunteers of the San Juan de Dios Hospital. ➡️ Continue reading

Covid-19 vaccine could be
distributed around the world
British drugmaker AstraZeneca has doubled manufacturing capacity for its potential coronavirus vaccine to 2 billion doses in two deals involving Microsoft. ➡️ Continue reading


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