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Vaccine news has led to a spike in tourist bookings

Washington Post travel writer Hannah Sampson says global tourism providers can expect relative "masses of travelers in the summer of 2021, with a swell expected to stretch into the end of the year and beyond."

Costa Rica’s COVID outbreak in context

Costa Rica has the 46th-most new cases per capita over the past seven days, according to The New York Times. At 21.5 new cases per 100,000 people, this significantly trails the United States, but is higher than Canada.

The Future of Travel: What’s in store for Costa Rica?

We don't yet know when things might return to normal. Indeed, we don't even know *if* they will return to normal.

How Costa Rica beat the New York coronavirus response

Costa Rica beat the New York coronavirus response. Caya, a Costa Rican-American Youtuber who makes videos about startups, tech and travel, asks: "How did we do it?"

Booking.com Orders Costa Rica Hotels To Refund Reservations

booking.com has notified its partners that any requests from guests, through its website or call centres, for refunds of reservation prepayments will be provided without penalty.

Costa Rica Approves Emergency Rules on Employee Contracts

In response to the COVID19 pandemic, the government of Costa Rica yesterday approved emergency legislation that will permit an some employers to “suspend” or put on hold the labor contracts of employees.