The National Emergency Commission (CNE) suspended all the alerts that were on the country after the Storm Nate.
According to the CNE, the country has returned to the normal conditions for October, which means the presence of downpours during the afternoons in the Pacific, Central Valley and North Zone.
Similarly, in the Caribbean rainy activity is on the mountainous sectors.
The CNE asked the population to still be cautious in areas vulnerable to floods due to saturation of sewers, soils and river overflows.
The government reported on Wednesday that as many as 7,089 people are in 131 shelters, 44 roads are closed and 117 are regulated. In addition, there are 218 thousand people who still don’t have a normalized drinking water service.