Montauk Restaurants will close their doors for good next month, according to the Costa Rican government.
The country is struggling to combat a deadly coronavirus outbreak and has been struggling to control the outbreak’s spread since January, with a few restaurants offering limited services and others reporting problems.
The government will temporarily close about a third of its eateries, while others will remain closed for up to a year.
Montauk Restaurant owners say they’ve seen a spike in cases and a spike of coronaviruses.
They’ve said that the shutdown will make it more difficult for the country to fight the disease.
Montauré Restaurant owner and manager Jose Miguel de la Vega told CNN that his company has seen a 50 percent spike in coronaviral cases since the start of the outbreak.
He says the closure will make the country less competitive.
Montárcia Restaurant owner Ana Correa told CNN’s Erin Burnett that the closure would have a big impact on the economy.
She also blamed the closure on the government.
A Costa Rican police officer looks on at the entrance to the Restaurant of the Week in Costa Rica’s capital city of San Jose, October 11, 2017.
The government has ordered the closure of more than 100 restaurants, including Montauks.
Many restaurants have reopened, while the rest have not.
“It will not help the economy and will harm our people,” Costa Rican President Ricardo Martinelli said in a statement Thursday.
“This is an economic decision.
The economy will not recover from this.”
He said the closure was made for the health of the population.
He also said that Montauky’s, which was closed earlier in the month, would be closed as a precautionary measure, and that the government would not open restaurants.
He did not say whether the other restaurants would reopen.
The government is also shutting down Montaukes, an upscale seafood restaurant, which has reopened in the capital.
The owners of the restaurant, who did not want to be identified for fear of losing business, say they have seen a surge in cases.
The restaurants closed for a day earlier this week, and reopened on Monday.
I don’t think we’re going to have any business.
It’s a really sad day for us.
This is not what we need in our country, they told CNN.
The closure of restaurants has led to fears of an outbreak spreading from the mainland United States to Costa Rica, which is one of the top exporters of seafood to the United States.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a public health advisory for the U.S. Pacific Northwest.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) says that the virus has caused nearly 100 deaths and infected about 50,000 people worldwide.