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COVID19: New cases, patients stable as vaccinations to slow

Cyprus reported a similar number of new COVID-19 cases and patients admitted to hospitals on Friday as in the past few days, but no coronavirus deaths for more than two weeks. The health ministry said that 200 patients remain admitted at the four main hospitals, two less than Thursday, while the number of new SARS-CoV-2

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Covid-19 In Cyprus - Last 24h

Cyprus Cyprus
+485 New Confirmed
28609 Total Confirmed
+3 New Deaths
166 Total Deaths
0 New Recovered
2057 Total Recovered

Covid-19 Worldwide - Last 24h

+700193 New Confirmed
92566166 Total Confirmed
+14756 New Deaths
1980020 Total Deaths
+328272 New Recovered
50894405 Total Recovered

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