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COVID19: Cyprus cases reach worrying heights

Cyprus reported a sharp rise of 30 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday with the majority linked to football clubs, Larnaca clusters and travel. Tuesday’s cases are nearly double the number announced the previous day (17). The 30 cases were tracked down after 2,685 tests were carried out, bringing the total of COVID-19 cases to 1,743.

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Covid-19 In Cyprus - Last 24h

Cyprus Cyprus
+17 New Confirmed
1713 Total Confirmed
0 New Deaths
22 Total Deaths
0 New Recovered
1369 Total Recovered

Covid-19 Worldwide - Last 24h

+275855 New Confirmed
33347912 Total Confirmed
+3912 New Deaths
1001581 Total Deaths
+225301 New Recovered
23146675 Total Recovered

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