Upala, Bagaces, Golfito and Corredores remain on red alert. La Cruz, Los Chiles, Guatuso and Osa, are now on yellow alert; and Liberia, Cañas, Tilarán, San Carlos, Sarapiquí, Pococí and Matina in green alert.
In addition, the National Emergency Commission (CNE), keeps 38 shelters related to Hurricane Otto open and 3 more in Sarapiquí, which were opened by the passage of the cold front over the weekend.
Iván Brenes, president of the CNE, explained this morning at a press conference that the work of municipal emergency committees focuses on recounting and lifting structural damage in communities.
We remain in official liasion areas to maintain coordination. For example, actions have been taken in the South area, in the river basin of Río Abrojo, where a community was evacuated as a preventive measure,”
So far, the National Emergency Fund invested more than ¢ 600 million, which were allocated to sending supplies, activation credit, among others.
The teams of the Ministry of Housing are expected to assess the homes affected by the hurricane on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) enabled over 310 points out of the 334 points affected.
18 other routes are maintained with regulated traffic, while Route 165 Bagaces Guayabo-Fortuna remains closed, as well as the national route 505 from Puerto Viejo-Boca Rio Sucio.