Costa Rica welcomes US tourists from Nov 1 after US lifts ‘Do Not Travel’ advisoryOct 15 , 2020
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On Tuesday, the United States has lifted a warning advisory to its citizen to avoid traveling to Costa Rica from the strictest advisory of Level 4: Do Not Travel to Level 3: Reconsider Travel. Costa Rica has also lifted orders to stay at home and restarted some of the transport and business operations. Starting November 1, tourism will resume in Costa Rica for US tourists.
The tourism minister of Costa Rica, Gustavo Segura, said, “This is excellent news for the country given that the travel categories are becoming more important during the pandemic.” “The United States is the main source for tourists to Costa Rica, and this change is crucial 19 days before we allow entry by air to Costa Rica for all US citizens and residents,” he added.