Costa Rica Driving Restrictions for December 20 to January 15

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December 16. Costa Rican authorities on Wednesday announced the country’s Covid-19-related driving restrictions for December 20 – January 15 2022.

In light of the progress made in reducing the levels of infection, hospitalizations and deaths, the Government of Costa Rica announced a series of measures for the upcoming holiday season.

This includes actions such as the relaxation of vehicle restrictions, an extension of the transition period for the voluntary use of the QR code, recognition of the physical vaccination card issued abroad, and 100% of standing room on buses.

As of Monday, December 20:

  • Nighttime restriction for all of Costa Rica will be from Monday to Sunday from 12:00 midnight to 5:00 a.m. and the weekday daytime restriction applies only to the San José ring road.
  • On Christmas Eve and early morning of December 25, as well as New Year’s Eve and early morning of January 1, there will be no vehicle restrictions.
  • As the QR code situation is still being debated , the transition period of voluntary use of the QR code has been extended for another month.
  • As of December 17, people vaccinated outside Costa Rica who do not have the QR code will be able to show the physical vaccination card issued abroad to enter stores that request it.
  • As of January, 100% standing capacity will be available in buses.

Source: The Tico Times

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