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Costa Rica will accept other travel insurance policies for tourists

Costa Rica will welcome tourists who purchase qualifying foreign travel insurance policies, The Tico Times has learned.

IATA asks Costa Rica to reconsider entry requirements for tourists

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has asked Costa Rica to reconsider the requirements it's imposing on arriving tourists. 

Watch: Iberia plane receives water-cannon salute as commercial flights resume in Costa Rica

For the first time since mid-March due to the coronavirus, a plane full of tourists has arrived in Costa Rica. 

Immigration Administration clarifies new Costa Rica entry policies

Residents who were issued an entry impediment upon leaving Costa Rica (e.g. who left after March 25) cannot return to the country unless they come from an authorized country in which they have remained for 14 days, the Immigration Administration says. 

Costa Rica to ‘review’ insurance policy requirements for tourists

Having insurance that covers medical care and an extended stay in Costa Rica is one of the country's requirements for international tourists, as the Tourism Board (ICT) announced on July 23. 

Spanish volunteer doctors arrive in El Salvador to join fight against COVID-19

The doctors from the SAMU Foundation came from Seville, Spain, and were joined by doctors from Argentina, Portugal and Costa Rica.

Two pensioners were stuck in Costa Rica during the pandemic. This is their story

"We were lucky," the author writes. "We were staying in one of the most beautiful places that we have ever been to, and we acquired a family that shared their wonderful home with us."

Nearly 300 Ticos return to Costa Rica in repatriation flight from Spain

Most airlines have suspended service to Costa Rica since late March.

Teens arrested worldwide, including Costa Rica, as police smash global pedophile ring

Ten people were arrested in Latin America -- four in Ecuador, two in Uruguay, two in Peru and two in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica opens UN climate meeting with call for concrete actions

President Alvarado touted Costa Rica's successes while explaining that an environmentally progressive economy can be a profitable one. 

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