Costa Rica: Number of New Cases Leads Government to Backtrack On Reopening Measures

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On July 1, Costa Rica has reached a new record of cases registered per day, 294. So far, 3,753 infections and 17 deaths have been recorded since the first case was detected on March 3. The new measures were announced by the president, Carlos Alvarado, who reported that the new restrictions are still being organized but that at the moment they will only be applied in the metropolitan area. The Central American country had begun the third phase of reopening, allowing sports activities without an audience, hotels, restaurants, gyms, shops, cinemas, and small businesses to begin working again, respecting social distancing and corresponding sanitary measures.

Source: DW.

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