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'Zero season': Costa Rica tourism industry braces for coronavirus meltdown

Reuters Friday, 20 March 2020
Hoteliers, tour operators and restaurant owners in Costa Rica are bracing for their worst season on record after the Central American country closed its border until mid-April to tackle the coronavirus scourge.
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