Cyprus has seen a surge of COVID-19 cases going above 200 after nearly two months below this threshold, while the number of hospital patients dropped and there were no deaths on Saturday.
Although Cyprus is succeeding in containing the second wave of coronavirus, Limassol infections are soaring, accounting for 70% of all COVID-19 cases, threatening to reverse progress made in recent months. Cyprus’ 14-day
An avalanche of historical sexual harassment cases involving a track and field coach, doctor, politician, and former bishop that have come to light are slowly finding their way to court. The news
Coronavirus cases stayed above 100 on Saturday after dropping to double-digits earlier in the week, with patient numbers lower while no COVID-19 deaths were recorded. The Health Ministry said total deaths remain
Limassol’s surge in COVID-19 cases keeps Cyprus well above safety limits of transmission, preventing the lifting of lockdown measures quicker, said the Health Ministry on Friday. Although Cyprus’ epidemiological data has improved,
Health authorities said track and tracing close contacts of COVID-19 cases is being hampered by people’s unwillingness to come forward when they develop symptoms or divulge their contact list. Head of the
While Cyprus’ overall COVID-19 data is improving, health authorities are turning their attention to Limassol’s worsening situation. In a statement following a meeting with the government’s coronavirus advisory committee, Health Minister Constantinos
Cyprus reported a slight drop in COVID-19 cases on Saturday of 102, down from 113 the day before while one more death was recorded for a total of 220 since the outbreak.
Following Cyprus’ success in bringing daily COVID-19 cases down to double-digit numbers after spiralling to almost 1000, experts expect to see infections dropping even further, but called for vigilance. In comments to
Sexual harassment cases in Cyprus sport are mounting as police are now looking into two more coaches who were reported for inappropriate behaviour by athletes. Following Olympic shooter Andri Eleftheriou’s coming forward