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One Step Forward, Two Steps Backward
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The opening of cinemas, theaters, museums and shops is postponed on weekends, as well as places of worship and extended hours of beaches. From Saturday the 20th to 10a.m. at Monday 22 at 5a.m. The total vehicle restriction will apply for the entire country, under the scheme used at Easter. The cantons

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The country has already implemented one of the strategies it carries out for treatments against Coronavirus.  It is called the convalescent plasma transfusion, which was carried out on a 37-year-old woman infected with the virus. The patient is from La Cruz, Guanacaste and was admitted last Thursday at the Liberia

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BBC Mundo, the Spanish version for Latin America for BBC World, released today an article outlining the factors that made Costa Rica the country with the lowest mortality rate of the virus in Latin America. This is the translated version of the article as it was only published in BBC

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CP-230-2020 1 April 2020

Measures do not restrict access to basic services. Night-time vehicle restriction nationwide is extended between Friday April 3-Tuesday April 7 from 5:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Long-distance public transportation is also restricted, and closure of establishments holding sanitary permits and open to the public will be carried out. Home delivery

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Some of you may recall the difficulties of getting spouses and children registered with CAJA, particularly due to the requirement to produce a marriage certificate or a birth certificate with no more than one month of issuance. This requirement made it literally impossible for people to register their spouses or

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CAJACCSSGovernmentHealth Care

We have updated our CAJA blog to highlight current issues we believe are vital to discuss.   The CAJA Fees Please note that the description of these fees is applicable for independent workers or voluntary contributors; it is not applicable for registered employees as a different set of rules apply

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My Two Colones

So recently, we posted a video from the World Economic forum showcasing some of the benefits in Costa Rica which includes “free healthcare”.  Some people took offense to this and thus commenting that it is not free, and that these videos should not be allowed as “looks are deceiving”. So, let’s

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ConstitutionHealth CareImmigration

I have posted a few articles in relation to CAJA and it appears to be a never ending story. Since I am migrating my blog posts from the old site at wordpress to our website, then it would be appropriate to share an updated post about the CAJA. Let me

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                The mass wedding on Valentine’s Day went well. We were able to marry 73 couples. Apparently, everyone had a great time. A lot of other people have had a lot of questions about the mass wedding. I would like to be able

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