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Costa Rica announces three coronavirus deaths in less than 24 hours

Three women died of COVID-19 in Costa Rica this weekend, bringing the country's death total due to the coronavirus pandemic to 15 people, the Health Ministry announced. 

Hospital México to double its surgical capacity with addition of new tower

Hospital México, among the most important public health resources in Costa Rica, will double its surgical capacity by next year, according to Casa Presidencial.

Movember returns to Costa Rica to boost prostate cancer awareness

Movember began in Australia in 2003 when a group of Australian men decided to grow moustaches as a show of support for their friend who had prostate cancer. Since then, the moustache has become the official banner of the fight against this disease, and the movement has become popular in at least 20 countries around the world.

Fifth of Costa Rica sextuplets dies following surgery

Gabriel González, the youngest of Costa Rica’s first set of sextuplets, who were born premature in May, died Saturday night in San José’s Hospital de la Mujer.

Fourth of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies of infection

Only two of Costa Rica's sextuplets, Gabriel and Valentina, remain struggling for their lives after second-born Tomás died of an infection Monday at dawn.

Third of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies from organ failure

Gabriel, Tomás and Valentina, the three surviving infants, all remain in serious condition.

Second of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies from respiratory complications

Emma, the oldest of the six premature babies, died from respiratory complications, according to Hospital México, where the birth took place, reported TV Channel 7 News.

One of Costa Rica’s sextuplets dies

Diego, who weighed just 988-grams, was born with his five other siblings Sunday evening after only 28 weeks. He died Wednesday after his lungs failed.

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