Cyprus health services are to carry out targeted testing in Paphos and the village of Aradippou in Larnaca after they witnessed a large outbreak of coronavirus cases over the past few days.
Cyprus police warn they will be unrelenting to ensure stay at home laws are abided by while recruiting the National Guard and drones to keep people in check during the coronavirus outbreak.
Cyprus recorded its highest daily jump in confirmed coronavirus cases as health authorities announced another 58 infections and one death on Wednesday. A day after the implementation of tougher social distance measures,
Cyprus GPs can go ahead and authorise prescriptions through the General Healthcare System of a combination of azithromycin and hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine to treat confirmed COVID-19 cases, the Health Insurance Organisation said.
Cyprus police carried out 2,558 checks and cautioned 212 people for breaking the COVID-19 stay at home restrictions one the first night of the curfew, authorities said Wednesday. Police officers were also
Despite COVID-19 restrictions, owners are allowed to take their dogs for daily walks without having to send a text requesting permission to do so, as long as they are close to their
There are increased complaints about the misuse of the Internet and sexual harassment of children online, Cyprus’ cybercrime chief Andreas Anastasiades said. Head of the Office for Combating Cybercrime & Digital Forensics
During the first day of tougher social distance measures, Cyprus registered another jump in new coronavirus cases and one death, bringing total infections to 262 plus eight deaths since the outbreak. The
COVID-19 has nothing to do with getting the flu and is much deadlier, said expert Maria Koliou, assistant professor of Infectious Diseases at University of Cyprus Medical School and Medical Association coronavirus
Paphos General Hospital has started operating a new ward to handle suspicious COVID-19 cases, said Dr Joseph Moutiris who has undertaken the hospital’s temporary management. He told CNA that the clinic will