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January 24th, 2016
I thought that I might share this short video. The content of course crosses international boundaries, but the idea is to get you thinking,
Donating your organs is possible in Costa Rica. Theoretically you can do it via your residency card or drivers license. Your might be able to do it through your attorney. Sound vague? Welcome to Costa Roca
Also… There seems to be some conflict though as it is unclear who owns your body after death. You or your survivors.
Anyway, by all means think about donating organs. It’s a good thing.Filed under Costa Rica, Living in Costa Rica, Organ Donation | Comments (3)
January 19th, 2016
Most important is the Zika has not yet arrived in Costa Rica. That’s the good news. The bad news is that it is now in about 19 other countries, and I know that a lot of folks visiting Costa Rica have travel plans that will take them to one of these other countries.
The next important thing is that Zika has very few symptoms, BUT can have devastating affects to the unborn children of pregnant women who contract this disease in any other other other countries. Babies are born with very small skulls and apparently some brain damage.
If this topic is of interest to you… read on! Continue reading »Filed under Chikungunya, Costa Rica, Costa Rica Tourism, Dengue Fever, Disease in Costa Rica, Tourism, Travel, Travel Advisory, Travel to Costa Rica, Zika Virus | Comment (0)