November 28, 2022

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Gobierno de Costa Rica insta a la prevention ante storma tropical | Noticias

The president of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves, urged the population this Thursday to take preventive measures before the impact that could generate the arrival of tropical wave number 13, highlighting that “a gram of prevention is worth a kilo of care”.


Potential Cyclone Dos continues its trajectory in the Caribbean

“Todas las entidades están preparadas y el apoyo del pueblo de Costa Rica es muy importante y les pedimos a las comunidades que se podería ver afectadas, o con altas probabilidades, tomar las medidas correspondentes y atender el llamado de las authorities y no exponerse”, said Chaves.

The statement was made after a meeting of the Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia (COE) to define the actions to face the tropical storm.

De acuerdo con el mandatario, tienen listo el decreto de emergency en caso de que la onda se convierta en ciclón y, en caso dejar daños, se dispondrá de un budget para la reconstrucción de infrastructure.

During the meeting with the press, the director of the Instituto Meteorológico Nacional (IMN), Werner Stolz, said that the storm will have an important impact between Friday and Saturday, while maintaining the predicted trajectory at a speed of 31 kilometers per hour. , with winds of 65 kilometers per hour.

According to Stolz, between the regions most affected by what would convert into tropical storm Bonnie would be the Northern Zone, the Caribbean North and large parts of the Litoral Pacific.

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On the other hand, the Minister of Public Education, Anna Katharina Müller, confirmed that classes will be suspended in the whole country from midday next Friday.

Meanwhile, the president of the Comisión Nacional de Emergencias, Alejandro Picado, recorded the orange alert decreed in almost all the country, as well as the passage of the green and yellow alert for the southern Caribbean zone.