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What’s open and closed during the holidays?

December 24, 2008

Most government offices are closed through Jan. 2, while the Judicial Investigation Police and Supreme Court will have a limited area open 24 hours a day for emergencies and urgent proceedings. For any emergency, dial 911.

Rest assured, hospital emergency rooms will remain open 24 hours a day, and several pharmacies including Clínica Bíblica Hospital in downtown San José, La Católica Hospital in Guadalupe and Farmacia Sucre Los Angeles in Heredia will all be open.

Cinemark Escazú and Cinemark del Este movie theaters latest show on today and Dec. 30 will be at 3 p.m.

Costa Rican supermarkets Muñoz y Nanne, Más x Menos, Palí and Hipermás will remain open but with some changes to their opening hours.

See this week´s print or pdf edition of The Tico Times for more.

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