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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...

Practical Plate Guide: Can You Drive Today?

UPDATE: Plates ALLOWED to circulate today, Sunday, April 12, from 5 am and 5 pm, only for local shopping (supermarket/pharmacy) are: Since Friday, April 3 at 5:00 pm and in effect until Sunday, April 12, at 11:59 pm, strict vehicular restrictions have been put in...

Rico’s Covid-19 Digest: Vehicular Restrictions For Semana Santa

The sanctions for violating the vehicular restrictions are no longer a joke, so listen up, unless you really need to be driving, stay home. Go out if and only it is absolutely necessary. The sanctions for violating the restrictions will, by the weekend, be ¢107,000...

Day 20 Of Coronavirus Emergency in Costa Rica: 201 confirmed cases

The Health Minister, Dr. Daniel Salas, confirmed in the mid-day virtual briefing from Casa Presidencial, announced the country has 201 confirmed cases of the coronavirus covid-19. The age range of the infected is between 2 and 87; 117 men and 84 women, of which 183...

Driving With “Full Occupancy” Does Not Violate San Jose’s Vehicular Restriction

According to the Decree No. 37,370 of the Ministerio de Obras Públicas y Transportes (MOPT) - Ministry of Public Works and Transportation - of October 26, 2012, a driver traveling with full occupancy, during restricted hours, in San Jose cannot be sanctioned for violation...

MOPT Explores Charging Fee To Enter Vehicle Retriction Area of San Jose

(QCOSTARICA) Would you pay to enter San Jose, say a "congestion charge"? Taking a page from London (England), it is one of the proposals the Ministerio de Obras Públicas y Transportes (MOPT) is serious to solve the worsening congestion of the capital city. As in...

Vehicle Restriction Will Not Be Extended Beyond Downtown San Jose

(QCOSTARICA) The vehicular restriction applied in San Jose will not be extended to other roads in the Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM). The Minister of Transport and Public Works (MOPT), Carlos Villalta, explained there aren't enough traffic police officials to control a larger area of restriction. Villalta...

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