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Authorities received 3,128 calls over weekend reporting people violating measures

Costa Rica announced 10 new coronavirus-related deaths over the past day for a total of 314, according to official data released Tuesday afternoon by the Health Ministry.

Disappointing weekend for Costa Rican businesses, despite holiday

Despite the long holiday weekend, coronavirus-related restrictions led to absolutely non-existent sales at many local businesses, the Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce said.

Slothy Saturday: Happy Mother’s Day from this momma sloth

While we here at The Tico Times usually share sloth photos on Sundays, today we're celebrating a day early. 

Costa Rica celebrates Mother’s Day

Happy Mother's Day from all of us at The Tico Times! 

Our favorite photos of motherhood in Costa Rica through the years

Happy Mother's Day to all our readers.

PHOTOS: Celebrating Costa Rican moms

On this Mother's Day, photographer Arnaldo González brings us portraits of Costa Rican mothers.

Arts, culture and Mother’s Day: the week ahead in Costa Rica

In this Mother's Day edition of our Calendar, check out live music, art, dining and a Pancha Carrasco celebration (what's that? Read on).

What Costa Rica taught me about motherhood, whether I like it or not

A Costa Rican mother might run around town with her baby in her arms, while a Gringa might be more relaxed about letting her baby play in the dirt. It’s all summed up by the common phrase cada loco con su tema: every nut has his own pet subject. It’s especially true for parents, who are crazy with love.

Giving birth through Costa Rica’s public health care system

"In the end, my hospital stay was barely over 24 hours — a success in my book. Would I recommend it to a friend? It depends on the friend." Tico Times Managing Editor Jill Replogle shares her experience giving birth at Costa Rica's Hospital Calderón Guardia.

Welcome, baby ocelot: It’s Mother’s Day at Zoo Ave, too

Chila's baby is the first ocelot born in captivity here and reason for boasting. Ocelots are on the endangered species list; these small spotted cats are losing ground as their territory is given over to encroaching urban life.

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