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IMF approves $504 million loan for Costa Rica amid coronavirus

The IMF board on Wednesday approved $504 million in emergency financing for Costa Rica to help the Central American nation deal with the economic damage inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Costa Rica’s economy will shrink 3.6% in 2020 due to COVID-19, according to Central Bank

Costa Rica's GDP is expected to decrease by 3.6% due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Authorities knew of bromacil in Costa Rica’s waters and didn’t alert public

The Plant Health Department (SFE) of Costa Rica knew the levels of bromacil in the water of Río Cuarto (canton of Alajuela) since 2015. Despite having the information, the data wasn't shared with other authorities until 2016 and wasn't known publicly until 2018.

Another indigenous man killed in Costa Rica’s southern zone

This new crime against the life of an indigenous leader comes less than a year after the murder of Sergio Rojas, a Bribrí leader from the territory of Salitre, in a crime which remains unsolved.

Costa Rican begins influenza vaccination campaign

In 2018, a protection coverage close to 92% was achieved, according to Health Authorities.

Who killed Kenisha?

A look at the lives - and deaths - lost in Costa Rica’s statistics.

How Costa Rica’s 2018 elections moved from street to screen

A chat with society and technology researcher Ignacio Siles.

UCR poll: Araya, Villalta, Solís neck-and-neck as campaigns close

Ruling party candidate Johnny Araya clings to a small lead, according to a poll released Tuesday night. Costa Ricans will vote on the country's next president Sunday.

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