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Cantons on orange alert in Costa Rica as of August 20

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(QCOSTARICA) Effective Thursday, August 20, there were some changes to the yellow and orange alert areas, the following is an updated list of the cantons under orange alert in Costa Rica:

Province of San José:

  • Alajuelita
  • Aserri
  • Curridabat
  • Desamparados (except districts specified in yellow alert)
  • Escazú
  • Goicoechea
  • Puriscal
  • Saint Joseph
  • Saint Ana
  • Tibás

Alajuela Province

  • Alajuela center (except the Sarapiquí district)
  • Narajo

Cartago Province:

  • La Union

Province of Heredia:

  • Belen
  • Flores
  • Heredia center (districts Heredia, Mercedes, San Francisco, Ulloa)
  • San Isidro
  • Saint Paul
  • Santo Domingo

Puntarenas Province:

  • Corredores (Canoas, La Cuesta, Laurel districts)

See the interactive map by the CNE here

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