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News briefs: China donates medical supplies to help Costa Rica fight COVID-19

Here's the coronavirus news you should know as a new day begins in Costa Rica.

Tourism Board invests $1.5 million in lifeguard program for Costa Rican beaches

In 2018, 129 people drowned in Costa Rica, according to Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ).

Bring on the high season

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

The blue skies (and waves) of summer

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

Turn off your phone, turn on the twinkly lights

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

Name that beach

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

Meet Costa Rica’s cleanest beaches

Three beaches will display blue flags with the maximum of five stars for the next 12 months, all of them on the Pacific coast.

Police to streamline crime reporting in far-flung beach spots

Starting this June, police in Puerto Viejo, Cocles, Cahuita, Flamingo, Dominical, Nosara, Sámara, Playas del Coco, and Tamarindo will start taking criminal complaints, according to Public Security Ministry spokesman José Vargas.

Beach and Ocean Safety: ‘Vacation brain’ in Costa Rica can be Deadly

Costa Rica has a high number of beach drownings for its size. That's due, in part, to the lack of lifeguards and vacationers letting their guard down at the beach, experts say. Here we provide tips for staying safe and a downloadable fact sheet on rip currents.

Costa Rica’s cleanest beaches of 2016 get blue flags

A total of 110 beaches along the Caribbean and Pacific coasts are displaying blue flags this week to let visitors know that their sands and waters are among the country's cleanest.

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