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Government Announced June Measures

The government announced today they have extended the vehicle restrictions as well as other measures in order to control the ongoing Covid situation. Changes will be enforced during the current month of June and the

The government announced today they have extended the vehicle restrictions as well as other measures in order to control the ongoing Covid situation. Changes will be enforced during the current month of June and the beginning of July.

The night vehicle restriction is maintained as it has been up to now, from 5 in the morning to 9 at night throughout the country and throughout the week.

The restriction for the next few weeks will be divided into three phases: the first from Monday 7 to Sunday 13 June; the second from Monday 14 to Sunday 27; and the third from Monday, June 28 to Sunday, July 11. The following chart shows the changes:

From Monday, June 28 to Sunday, July 11, which are dates that coincide with the half-year holidays of schools and private colleges in the country, it will return to the alternate model of plate circulation, where one day will circulate even and the next odd. The list of exceptions still applies.

For its part, the restriction of capacity in commercial activities will continue with a maximum capacity of 15 people for academic and business activities, the salons and commercial events may not receive more than 30 people, the places of worship will operate with a maximum of 200 people and the bars will operate with a maximum of 25% of their capacity.

In addition, hotels with more than 100 rooms will operate at 75% of their capacity and the national parks, except for the Poás volcano due to its income situation, will operate at 50% of their capacity and the beaches will be open to the public from April 5 the morning to 6 in the afternoon, only.

In turn, supermarkets, mini-supermarkets, liquor stores and grocery stores will now have to close at 9 at night, as it has been in force since the previous week.

Finally, public transport will continue to operate on a regular basis, without standing people.

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