Day: May 22, 2020

Where were the 900 cases of Covid19 from Costa Rica spread?

The Minister of Health, Daniel Salas, elaborated today at a press conference on the links that have caused the majority of COVID-19 infections in Costa Rica. In this line, the hierarch indicated that 30.4% of the positives are cases directly related to a trip (called imported), 24.5% originated from work ties and 20.3% from the …

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United States studies banning the arrival of flights from Latin America

While the situation in Latin America deteriorates due to Covid19, countries such as Brazil, Peru and Nicaragua are particularly worrying. The Trump administration says it is studying a veto on the arrival of flights from these countries, the reason given is to protect and prevent the spread of American citizens. Similar measures have already been …

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200,000 new bonds available to protect thanks to INS transfer of profits.

This Thursday, the National Insurance Institute (INS) transferred the ¢ 75 billion authorized by law to the Ministry of Finance, in order to exclusively support the care of people affected by the economic crisis caused by COVID19. Although a period of one month was established for the transfer of resources, this occurred two days after …

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In response to Daniel Ortega and the Nicaraguan regime.

On Monday, May 17, Daniel Ortega, president of neighboring Nicaragua, let himself be said on the national television channel that “Nicaragua is going through a difficult situation created by Costa Rica.” Given such an outburst of verbiage, it is impossible not to make a reply in order to try to put in place the disorderly …

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US citizens leave Nicaragua after alert due to health threat.

Dozens of Americans left Nicaragua on Wednesday on an emergency flight authorized by the embassy in Managua in the face of a sharp increase in infections and deaths by COVID-19, according to official reports. The United States Ambassador to Managua, Kevin Sullivan, celebrated that 147 citizens “could return home” aboard a direct commercial flight from …

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