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A brief history of Costa Rica & vaccines

The epidemiological situation of vaccine-preventable diseases in Costa Rica remains good.

Costa Rica says it ‘does not recognize’ results of Nicaragua elections

The Costa Rican government, through a press release issued by the Foreign Ministry and shared by President Carlos Alvarado, said it “does not recognize”...

OAS resolution calls for free elections in Nicaragua

Costa Rica joined 25 other members of the Organization of American States (OAS) in condemning repression in Nicaragua and calling for fair elections.

Nearly a quarter of Costa Rican households living in poverty

Poverty in Costa Rica reached 23% of households in 2021, representing a 3.2% decrease compared to last year.

Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic want US to curb Haitian migration

The presidents of Panama, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic called on the United States Wednesday to take "concrete measures" to curb the migration...

Costa Rica extends vaccine eligibility for all foreigners

Through October 28, Costa Rica Social Security Fund (CCSS) establishments will continue vaccinating irregular migrants against Covid-19, the organization announced. This extends the initial...

Relatives of opponents imprisoned in Nicaragua say mistreatment persists

Ortega, 75, in power since 2007, is seeking his fourth consecutive term, with no rivals to put his reelection at risk.

Costa Rica expands vaccine eligibility to all foreigners

Through Thursday, October 14, Costa Rica Social Security Fund (CCSS) establishments will vaccinate irregular migrants against Covid-19, the organization announced. As explained by Dr....

Crisis in Nicaragua causes migration spike

The largest exodus in recent decades between Nicaragua and the United States reached a peak in July.

Costa Rica doesn’t (officially) offer Covid vaccines to tourists

Costa Rica is offering Covid-19 vaccines to citizens, residents and migrants, but most tourists aren't officially eligible for the shots, authorities said.

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