Due to the heavy rains caused by the indirect effect of Hurricane ETA, in the North Pacific of the country, the Nosara emergency committee enabled the ring to attend to the people affected by the rains.
According to Andrés Fernández, coordinator of the shelter, at 7:30 pm on November 3, 80 people were reported sheltered; however, this number could increase as a result of increased rainfall.
Fernández commented that for today they are already covered with the amount of volunteers needed, but they will need more support for tomorrow, Wednesday and, the following days, in case the downpours continue.
If you want to collaborate as a volunteer, this is the link to enter the WhatsApp chat where the people who assist the emergency are coordinated.
All volunteers must wear masks and respect the Covid-19 prevention protocols
For its part, Surfing Nosara already had its offices to receive donations of non-perishable food products, as well as clothing, towels, cleaning products, water, baby diapers and dog food.