Day: February 16, 2021

Costa Rica reaches 200,000 positive cases of Covid. Cases maintain a downward trend

The country registered 390 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, February 13, 265 on Sunday, February 14, 182 on Monday, February 15, and 430 cases today, Tuesday, February 16, reaching a total of 200,454 cases confirmed by COVID-19. . Of the cases registered on Saturday 117 are due to epidemiological link and 273 are due …

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42,000 COSTA RICANS COMPLETED COVID VACCINATION SCHEDULE

A total of 42,553 people in our country already have their complete vaccination schedule against covid-19, according to data from the Vaccine Information System (SIVA) of the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS). According to Dr Leandra Abarca Gómez, from Epidemiological Surveillance at the CCSS, progress in the application of second doses is creating a …

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2021 campaign “A summer without forest fires” kicks off

The Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAE) and the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) announced the launch of the 2021 edition of the campaign “A summer without forest fires”, with Toño Pizote as the central character, whose objective is to reinforce prevention efforts in this dry season. This year, the initiative has the support …

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Travelling exhibitions at the National Archives invite you to jump on the bandwagon and learn about the history of lotteries.

When was the first lottery draw in Costa Rica? What was financed with the proceeds it produced? What kind of wagon was a curette? How long was a wagon ride from San José to Puntarenas? The National Archive of Costa Rica has just redesigned two travelling exhibitions where you can find these, and many other …

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Josefina Municipality offers environmental courses free of charge

“Butterfly Attraction”, “Making Organic Fertilisers”, “Making Handmade Organic Soaps” as well as “Hydroponics and Hydroponic Vegetable Gardens” are the workshops offered by the Aula Abierta programme of the Municipality of San José this year. These trainings are given free of charge in the facilities of the Urban Environmental Centre in Barrio Cuba, accepting seven people …

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Ministry of Culture and Youth to strengthen Costa Rica’s music sector with technical assistance from UNESCO and the European Union

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), the European Union and the Ministry of Culture and Youth launched on 4 February the Cooperation Programme for the Development of the Music Sector in Costa Rica. Because cultural work generates economic growth, decent employment and promotes intercultural dialogue and social cohesion, culture is a key …

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