Since 1 April, there has been an increase in COVID-19 patients admitted to state hospitals in Cyprus, putting a strain on the country’s health system, but the situation is still manageable, say
With the number of COVID-19 patients receiving treatment in state hospitals rising again, the situation remains “fragile and critical”, said State Health Services Organisation (SHSO) spokesperson Charalambos Charilaou. He told the Cyprus
Coronavirus infections set a new weekly record on Tuesday, topping 420 and past the 384 last Thursday, while hospital officials are warning that admissions have doubled from the beginning of the month.
Experts expect an increase in the number of COVID-19 hospital patients over the coming days despite tougher measures which include lockdowns for Limassol and Paphos. Taking to his Twitter account on Thursday,
As daily coronavirus cases remain stubbornly in triple-digit figures, health authorities are growing increasingly concerned over the rising number of COVID-19 patients needing hospital care. Cyprus’ health system is under pressure as
Cyprus health official announced 43 new SARS-CoV-2 cases on Monday, a far cry from the previous week’s daily reports that on two occasions exceeded 100 and 200 infections. This brings the national