What the Costa Rica Tourism Board said in response to Trump’s travel ban

Costa Rica has become the latest destination to ban travel to the United States under a temporary travel ban President Donald Trump announced on Friday.

Costa Rica’s Tourism Board, which represents nearly 1.4 million tourists a year, said on its Facebook page that it would suspend its annual Costa Rican travel ban on Oct. 7 and would allow for a period of up to 60 days of travel, allowing people to rebook at hotels in the country.

The decision comes as the U.S. seeks to rein in the flow of migrants and refugees entering the country, following the death of a man in Costa Rica on Friday, according to local media.

The ban was imposed in an attempt to keep the country safe from attacks by ISIS, which has claimed responsibility for the deaths of more than 50 people in Costa Rican cities.