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Foreigner resident forced to leave his Costa Rican children at San Jose airport and return to the U.S.

(QCOSTARICA) Without fully understanding what was happening and without being able to say goodbye, a foreigner residing in Costa Rica was separated from his Costa Rican children upon arrival at the Juan Santamaría airport in San Jose and forced to return to the United...

Which airlines are arriving and departing from Costa Rica and which are not?

(QCOSTARICA) Amid the coronavirus pandemic, which airlines have flights to and from Costa Rica and which are not? This is the official information from the Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) as of June 17. Aeroméxico: Suspended operations until further notice. ...

Travel warning due to COVID-19; This could change

(QCOSTARICA) In less than two weeks, Costa Rica's borders could re-open to the arrival of foreigners. The current border restrictions at all land, sea, and airports, unless extended again, end on June 30. That would mean the return of the arrival of tourists as early...

Coronavirus in Costa Rica: Confirmed cases now 1,022, All hotels will operate at 50%

With 1,022 covid-19 confirmed cases as of this Friday, May 29, Costa Rica is preparing to enter a new phase of reopening activities starting Monday. According to information from the Minister of Health, Daniel Salas, starting June 1 all hotels, cabinas, and accommodation establishments will...

Coronavirus in Costa Rica: 765 confirmed cases, border restrictions extended

The confirmed cases with covid-19 in Costa Rica in the last two months reached 765 this Thursday, May 7. This is an increase of four cases compared to Wednesday. Of that number, 407 (53%) are men and 358 women (47%). The number of foreigners is...

Costa Rica borders restrictions will continue to June 15

Costa Rica has extended the border restrictions to Monday, June 15, the Minister of Security, Michael Soto, announced Thursday. That means the prohibition of entry of foreigners, ie tourists to the country remains. Costa Ricans may still enter the country, as well as residents who left...

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