Costa Rica will again open the international airport Juan Santamaria in Alajuela and the international airport Daniel Oduber in Liberia from August 1 for foreign tourists from countries where the epidemic of a new type of coronavirus is under control, according to the newspaper Costa Rica Hoy, citing health Minister Daniel Salas.
As specifies the edition, the country will be able to enter only coming from countries where the situation with COVID-19 is under control. Some of the options to determine from which countries will host the tourists will be directly related to the lack of enhanced transmission of the coronavirus and the exponential growth in the number of cases.
The head of the Ministry of health of Costa Rica reported that the ban on crossing the country's borders for foreigners has been extended until the end of June in order to fight the epidemic COVID-19.
"The validity of the restrictive measures at the borders officially extended until June 30," said health Minister Daniel Salas, quoted by the newspaper Costa Rica Hoy.