Costa Rica closes nine agricultural companies because of a COVID-19 surge

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Costa Rica closes nine agricultural companies because of a COVID-19 surge

The lack of mandatory operating permits has led to the closure of nine agricultural companies in the northern part of the country, said Michael Soto,

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The lack of mandatory operating permits has led to the closure of nine agricultural companies in the northern part of the country, said Michael Soto, Costa Rica’s minister of public security.

The closure of these companies happened after an orange alert was declared in that area due to an increase in positive cases of Coronavirus. This led to the inspection of 49 companies dedicated to the agricultural sector.

According to reports from the authorities, as of Wednesday, the Central American nation has 1,871 positive cases of COVID-19.

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