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This is going to hurt: Top 10 Covid scams

From the sophisticated to downright strange, the pandemic has set off a wave of scams around the world from bogus doses and fake vaccine...

WHO criticizes rush toward Covid-19 vaccine boosters

Providing Covid-19 vaccine boosters while so many were still waiting to be immunized was immoral, the WHO argued.

Northern Costa Rica, tourist destinations are Covid-19 hotspots: researchers

A report from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) says the Northern Zone and tourist destinations are the focal points of the current Covid-19 epidemic in Costa Rica.

‘The war has changed’: US documents sound alarm on Delta variant

The internal slide presentation produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stresses that the war has changed as a result of Delta.

Small decline in Covid cases, but hospitalizations still high in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has recorded at least 10,000 new cases per week for 10 consecutive weeks. The country ranks 16th globally in new cases per 100,000 residents over the last seven days

Med tech company to open factory, create 700 new jobs in Costa Rica

Terumo Blood and Cell Technologies, a US-based subsidiary of the Japanese Terumo Corporation, will open a factory for the manufacturing of medical devices in Costa Rica. 

Costa Rica receives Pfizer doses from COVAX

Costa Rica received 121,680 doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines on Thursday, 40,950 of which were delivered through the COVAX facility.

Continued decline in Covid cases, deaths in Costa Rica

On Tuesday, June 22: Costa Rica added 1,525 new cases of Covid-19 and 16 deaths. There were 1,143 people hospitalized, including 450 in the ICU. 

Precision medical equipment remains Costa Rica’s top export

Costa Rica tallied more than $5.77 billion in exports over the first five months of 2021, a 23% increase over the same period last year.

Covid reproduction rate suggests continued drop in cases, deaths

Costa Rica's coronavirus R value remains below one, suggesting that the number of new infections will continue to decrease, according to analysis from the University of Costa Rica (UCR).

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