Day: March 27, 2020

Sanitary vehicle restriction is extended from 8 p.m. weekends

The government of the Republic extended the sanitary vehicle restriction on weekends from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m., from Friday to Monday (until dawn), with the aim of reducing the amount of traffic on the roads as a preventive measure in the face of the national emergency. This was reported by the Minister of Public …

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CCSS announces the body identification process when a patient dies of COVID-19

The effort of the health services and the Costa Rican society seeks to give possible sick people a chance of life with a timely intervention; however, since a group of patients with COVID-19 become critical for the underlying conditions they suffer and may die from these complications, the Costa Rican Social Security Fund announces the …

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Carlos Alvarado proposes to multilateral financial organizations to take historic measures for the benefit of the most vulnerable

The President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, proposed to the highest leaders of the United Nations and international financial organizations to implement “exceptional and historic” measures that mitigate and protect the most vulnerable, in the face of devastating health damage and the economies that the COVID-19 pandemic will cause. In a note addressed this …

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Covid Case Balance 19. 3 Recovered, 2786 Discarded, 263 Positive.

The Health Minister, Daniel Salas, took advantage of the conference to greatly appreciate the various offers that have come from the private sector to join the fight and indicated that, in order to be channeled in the best way, all offers of collaboration in logistics and health issues should be sent to: logisticacovid19@cne.go.cr To date, …

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Farmer’s Fairs reinforce prevention measures before COVID-19

In order to continue offering fresh, top-quality products to consumers, the Farmers’ Fairs will further strengthen mitigation and prevention measures to prevent COVID-19 infection, in coordination with the health authorities and the Ministry of Agriculture and Cattle raising. “Farmer fairs are ready and they are taking steps to protect the health of consumers and producers. …

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Government proposes extraordinary budget to help 375 thousand families economically affected by COVID-19

The Government of the Republic will propose to the Legislative Assembly an extraordinary budget of 225 billion colones to be able to provide support to 375,000 families for three months. This will allow to deliver to these homes a maximum amount of 200 thousand colones per month for that period. In order to finance this …

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Government of Costa Rica adds measures to contain expenses

Cuts in expenses, use of the differential in the price of fuels, a bill for high wages and going to multilaterals to obtain financing lines are the four actions presented in the Legislative Assembly. The Economic Council is working on the proposals but stated that there is no final decision regarding the thresholds and the …

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Juan Santamaría Historical Cultural Museum will present “Tertulias Alajuelenses” on Facebook Live today at 3:00 pm

A series of activities through social networks such as Facebook and Instagram, with various content to access exhibitions and data of educational interest is the cultural and educational offer that the Juan Santamaría Historical Cultural Museum (MHCJS) will offer during these days #Encasa. The first content to be presented on networks is “Tertulias alajuelenses”, by …

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Estudio Choralia sends a message of hope to El Kanka “Todo Pasará”

35 singers from the Costa Rican group Estudio Choralia come together to send a message of hope in the midst of the worldwide emergency by COVID-19. The national quarantine was not an impediment for these 35 young people, from their homes, to virtually perform the work “Todo Pasará” by the Spanish singer-songwriter El Kanka. This …

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Tour and get to know the National Museum through its new web portal

For these days when it is necessary to stay at home, the National Museum of Costa Rica proposes you to visit the exhibitions from the computer, know the collections it has, read articles or watch videos about archaeological, historical and nature research carried out by the institution. , all this and more just by entering …

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