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3 Million in Costa Rica Already Have the Second Dose of the Covid Vaccine

Three million people in Costa Rica already have the second dose of the covid-19 vaccine; this according to the Integrated Vaccine System (SIVA) of...

Costa Rica vaccine QR code suspended: Next steps by Thursday

The Costa Rican government on Monday confirmed that a court has suspended implementation of a QR code-based Covid-19 vaccine passport. “Monday afternoon, notification of...

Pfizer strikes global licensing deal for Covid pill

US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer on Tuesday announced a deal to make its prospective antiviral Covid-19 pill available more cheaply in the world's least wealthy...

Costa Rica vaccine QR code suspended by court

A Costa Rican court has temporarily suspended the country’s implementation of a QR code-based Covid-19 vaccine passport, according to multiple media reports. Per,...

Health Ministry again details Costa Rica vaccine side effects

0.2% of Costa Ricans who received a Covid-19 vaccine reported symptoms that may have been attributed to the shot.

US reopens borders after 20 months

The United States reopened its borders Monday to foreign visitors fully vaccinated against Covid-19 after 20 months of travel restrictions, paving the way for...

Covid-19 vaccine to be mandatory for children in Costa Rica: Health Ministry

The Covid-19 vaccine will be mandatory for minors in Costa Rica, the Health Ministry announced Friday. “In safeguarding the principle of the best interests...

Lawmakers petition to delay Costa Rica vaccine QR code

Prominent members of the tourism sector have also pushed for the mandate to be pushed back until after the 2021-22 tourism high season.

Tourism sector says vaccine mandate will hurt high season

The Costa Rica Tourism Chamber (CANATUR) says Costa Rica’s upcoming vaccine mandates could have a “devastating and irreversible effect on tourism activity.”

Costa Rica vaccine mandate for tourists: FAQ

Starting January 8, 2022, most businesses across Costa Rica will require proof of Covid-19 vaccination for those ages 12 and older. Those who are...

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