The Carlos Alvarado administration announced a de-escalation of the Covid-19 measures starting in March and April 2022
Updates about Covid-19 restrictions and measures in Costa Rica
Another Tuesday, another COVID Updates Press Conference that we were able to attend. We broadcasted live a few minutes, and now we are summarizing all the details in this article.
Recap of the previously shared changes
Commercial establishments may choose a 100% capacity mode with the vaccination
After the announcement of the QR Code mandate and other COVID updates yesterday, we have received several questions. We have sent clarification requests to the Ministry of Health, and they have answered all of them, we understand the urgency and our team is committed to
The government just announced the gradual opening for the last quarter of the year, there were several changes announced which you can find below in our summary of the press conference.
Sanitary Vehicle restriction
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From October 16 to October
On September 21, 2021, Costa Rica's Constitutional Chamber declared that "enough global testing and monitoring has been done to declare the vaccines as a safe and effective mean of protection against COVID-19."
The same day, the institution communicated that mandatory vaccination for health workers is included in
I attended the COVID-Updates Press Conference today where the Minister Daniel Salas confirmed that the daytime vehicle restriction will be lifted on Saturdays and Sundays, but not only that, we also had the opportunity to asked him directly about vaccines for residents. Keep reading to
The Minister of Health, Daniel Salas; the Minister of Economy, Industry and Commerce, Victoria Hernández, and the president of the National Emergency Commission (CNE) Alexander Solís announced today during the press conference, the extended hours of vehicular circulation and operation of establishments and other activities.
There has been much conversation in the ExPat community about travelling outside of Costa Rica for a vaccine due to the short supply of vaccines and slow roll out. Please read our update at the end. As is the case with just about anything newsworthy
A question for ExPats without Residency
If the events of the last 16 months have taught us anything it is the cardinal rule: “Be Prepared”. I consider myself to be a good Girl Scout. I am the person you want to be on the quad ride with when