Cyprus reported eight new cases of SARS-CoV-2 on Wednesday, five of whom were related to previously confirmed cases and discovered through contact tracing while two others had a recent travel history. The
Cyprus health authorities announced three new cases of SARS-CoV-2 on Sunday, raising the total number of coronavirus infections to 1,526 as new cases remain at single digit levels for the second week.
The Cyprus health authorities reported 14 new SARS-CoV-2 cases on Thursday, the same as the day before, raising the total number of coronavirus infections to date to 1,305. The Health Ministry said
Cyprus reported 14 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday, which has the authorities worried as two of the new infections were traced to a beach party where 30 people took part. The
Cyprus on Saturday confirmed another 11 new COVID-19 cases including four infections connected to the woman who returned from the USA and violated quarantine rules to socialise. The Health Ministry said the
Cyprus confirmed two coronavirus cases on Friday, but in a worrying trend, both cases were classified as ‘orphan’, meaning that health authorities have not traced the source of the infection while both
The COVID-19 hotspot in Aradippou still troubles authorities as the municipality continues to top the list of Cyprus infections, widening the cap from Paphos which has the second most cases per population.