Over a thousand migrants in Costa Rica, located in the South Zone and the North, were evacuated from care centers during Hurricane Otto.
A red alert was decreed in the canton of La Cruz, in Guanacaste. Migrants were allocated in a school in La Cruz.
In addition, each camp was taken down and the tents were placed and secured on the floor during the emergency. The places where the camps are located did not suffer the onslaught of nature.
On December 4th, when the situation was under control, all these people were sent back to the centers.
According to the Government, this situation did not represent a problem for emergency care services in the affected areas and everything is under control at this time.