The first batch of 1,200 doses of vaccines from US pharmaceutical Moderna has arrived in Cyprus to boost the inoculation programme against COVID-19. Cyprus is scheduled to receive some 1,200 jabs a
Following the warm spell over Christmas, winter is set to return with thunder and hailstorms, as the Meteorology Department warned of extreme weather heading to Cyprus. The Cyprus Met Office issued a
Cyprus reported four more coronavirus deaths on Tuesday and the number of hospital admissions dropped marginally below the 200-capacity level, as fewer people showed up for work amid a second lockdown to
Clashes between rival groups of migrants at the Pournara refugee reception centre on Monday night were unjustified, despite the facility being overcrowded, the Interior Ministry said. In an announcement on Tuesday, the
Cyprus’ health system is at capacity with over 200 COVID-19 patients being treated in state hospitals, with the government turning to the private sector for help while exhausted nurses lash out. Around
Cyprus is among the top 10 EU member states to vaccinate against COVID-19 with 0.69% of its 900,000-population inoculated since 27 December. According to Our World in Data, an organisation formed by
Cyprus’ inoculation program against COVID-19 is to be boosted by vaccines from US pharmaceutical Moderna with the first batch of 1,200 doses expected to arrive on Tuesday night. Quoted by the Cyprus
While the Republic is struggling to keep the pandemic in check, authorities in the Turkish occupied north also have their hands full as January is already the deadliest month on record. With
Cyprus is among those EU countries most vulnerable to a sustained drop in tourist arrivals due to the pandemic while it is also a “high credit risk”, international ratings agency Moody’s said.
Five deaths were attributed on Monday to COVID-19, as Cyprus entered its second lockdown phase since the pandemic started and another round of vaccination appointments was exhausted minutes after the portal opened.