There’s a global pandemic, but Costa Rica still isn’t an island
The whole world is closing its borders and social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic … but Costa Rica still isn’t an island.
On Tuesday morning, USA Today published a story detailing which countries are limiting travel to slow the spread of COVID-19.
See if you can spot the mistakes:
Let me ask you, dear reader: Is Costa Rica in the Caribbean? Is Costa Rica an island?
Sure enough, it’s 2020 and people still think Costa Rica and Puerto Rico are the same place. Spoiler: They’re not.
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