Costa Rica will reopen its borders for tourism on August 1, 2020, allowing tourists from select low-risk countries.
Daniel Salas, the Health Minister of Costa Rica, made an announcement on June 26th clarifying that the current travel ban set to expire on June 30th will be extended another month until August 1st, at which point the borders can finally open up again to foreigners.
Speculation has suggested tourists from low-risk countries in the European Union, Canada, and the UK will be granted entry first.
Here’s everything we know about Costa Rica’s reopening
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