Costa Rica develops COVID-19 detection tests

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Costa Rica develops COVID-19 detection tests

Carlos Alvarado, President of Costa Rica, stated that the Central American country has developed its own tests that detect positive cases of Coronavirus, as actions to fight the pandemic. Through his twitter account the president made an announcement, where he explained that the process carried out is with the help of health experts. “With our human talent and working together, we will have better options to overcome the crisis.” Costa Rica has reported 686 positive cases and six deaths to date. At the time of writing, according to official sources, the number of tests are 12,073.  

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Carlos Alvarado, President of Costa Rica, stated that the Central American country has developed its own tests that detect positive cases of Coronavirus, as actions to fight the pandemic.

Through his twitter account the president made an announcement, where he explained that the process carried out is with the help of health experts. “With our human talent and working together, we will have better options to overcome the crisis.”

Costa Rica has reported 686 positive cases and six deaths to date. At the time of writing, according to official sources, the number of tests are 12,073.

 

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