COVID19: Three deaths, cases stable

Cyprus registered its highest daily coronavirus death toll on Saturday since mid-September, with three fatalities taking the total since the outbreak began to 574. Despite the three deaths – three men aged

COVID19: Cyprus case rate spike 35%

Cyprus’ COVID infection rate has taken a turn for the worse, following months of steady decline, after the Health Ministry said the two-week cumulative case diagnosis rate stands at 204.4 per 100,000.

COVID19: Another death as cases dip

An 83-year-old woman was the latest victim to COVID-19 in Cyprus on Saturday as the number of cases dropped below 100, but hospitalisations were up. Cyprus reported one coronavirus death, a rise

COVID19: Two deaths as cases dip

Cyprus reported two coronavirus deaths on Saturday after four days without any COVID fatalities, while new cases and hospitalisation rates dropped. The Health Ministry said in its daily Covid bulletin that the

COVID19: Imported cases rise to 20%

Some 20% of COVID-19 cases recorded in recent weeks in Cyprus were imported, attributable to an influx of tourist arrivals and Cypriots returning from trips abroad. According to the latest epidemiological report

COVID19: Cases stable, no new deaths

Cyprus reported no coronavirus deaths for the third day in succession on Saturday, as daily cases and hospitalisations dipped slightly to 134 and 60, respectively. The Health Ministry said in its Covid

COVID19: Fear over cases rise after schools open

Government scientists are concerned about the recent uptick in the COVID-19 cases since schools reopened last week. Professor of Virology at the University of Nicosia Medical School, Petros Karayiannis, told the Cyprus

COVID19: Cluster at convent, cases among priests

A growing cluster of COVID-19 cases at a Larnaca nunnery, combined with several priests contracting the virus, has health authorities deeply concerned. On Monday, the number of nuns infected with the coronavirus

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