July 2, 2022

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The visit of the French Foreign Minister and Omigran was highlighted in Costa Rica

This Wednesday, he was here for two days, welcomed by President Carlos Alvarado of Ludhiana, who agreed to urge the international community to increase its goals and ambitions to reduce global warming and find concrete solutions to conserve biodiversity.

“We are delighted to have the Foreign Minister present in our country, and France and Costa Rica share important goals and ambitions on environmental issues, so it is very satisfying to continue to strengthen those ties that will allow our environment to protect the seas and lands,” Alvarado said.

Le Drian, from his French President Emmanuel Macron, has invited the Costa Rican President to attend an Ocean Summit to be held in Brest in February 2022. Protection of the entire planet’s oceans, coordinated by Paris and the United Nations.

Earlier, Le Drian and Costa Rican Foreign Minister Rodolfo Solano signed a joint statement on the declaration of marine biodiversity and a letter on the establishment and status of the French Development Agency in Costa Rica.

In the wake of the Govt-19 epidemic, the two ministers reaffirmed their support for the World Health Organization’s COVAX mechanism and their joint efforts to ensure equal access to vaccines.

In that regard, Le Drian announced that it would donate 200,070 doses of Kovit-19 vaccine to Costa Rica from the Pfizer / Bioendech consortium within the framework of Kovacs.

On the other hand, the Costa Rican Institute for Research and Teaching on Nutrition and Health this Friday identified three new cases of the omigran variant of SARS-CoV-2, which causes Govit-19, Health Minister Daniel Salas said.

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In the audio distributed by social networks, he noted that with these three new phenomena, Costa Rica reaches four positives for Ómicron, which is considered the most contagious of all the previous ones.

He said the new positives were a foreigner with a travel history to Africa and two Costa Ricans with a travel history to the United States and Europe, respectively.

Salas pointed out that not everyone is stable and needs to be hospitalized, and that they are working on epidemiological investigations of cases and their contacts.

Upon learning of the confirmation of these three cases, the government assured that it did not imply changes in the current proceedings, but reiterated its call to the people to double comply with the self-care norms on these festive dates.

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