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“We already have the right to work,” clarified the Minister, but commerce has to earn the right to reopen their businesses.

The Minister of Planning, Pilar Garrido, says she was misinterpreted when she asked the Costa Ricans (Ticos) to “earn the right” to have open businesses.

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