Cyprus football clubs are in for a nasty shock as the coronavirus crisis takes its toll on sporting events with initial estimates predicting the game will lose millions from the lockdown. This
As Cyprus begins to get a grip on the coronavirus outbreak, the village of Aradippou one of the country’s two COVID-19 hotspots has not seen a new case for over a week.
Cyprus Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou hopes that in two to three months all restrictive measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic will be lifted if new cases remain low. He warned, however, that
Hot-blooded Cypriots must continue to keep their distance and emotions in check while masks are to become part of our daily attire in the pre-vaccine coronavirus landscape. Talking to the Financial Mirror,
Implementation of the General Healthcare System’s second phase has been postponed for three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Cyprus State Health Organisation acting director, Andreas Papaconstantinou. He told CNA that
Cyprus will lose €1.5 bln in tourist income this year, but all is not lost as latest developments suggest authorities have COVID-19 under control that could usher a holiday wave from July.
The Lyrid Meteor Shower, active between April 16-25 every year, is expected to peak on Wednesday with stay at home Cypriots able to catch the meteor shower late in the evening. Named
Cyprus is taking the COVID-19 fight to the virus by undertaking the arduous task of contact tracing those infected to contain the outbreak, a practice some other countries have abandoned. Contact tracing
More Cypriots requested SMS text approval to venture outside their homes for buying basic goods and physical exercise over the Easter weekend, while requests on Sunday fell below the+ normal. According to
British Bases police at Akrotiri have re-instigated a Food Aid programme first introduced during Cyprus’ 2013 financial crisis to help struggling families during the current COVID-19 outbreak. Representatives from the police’s Community