Cyprus reported one death from COVID-19 on Sunday, with the patient admissions rising to 292, while fewer tests were conducted for the second day in a row due to the Greek Orthodox
Cyprus hopes to achieve herd immunity by the end of June with about 60-70% of the population inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine, health minister Constantinos Ioannou said on Saturday. He said after
Cyprus saw a small drop in new coronavirus cases on Monday, dropping to 822 from Sunday’s 852, which had been the second worst day on record since the 907 on December 29.
Cyprus will resume its inoculations using the AstraZeneca vaccine, having suspended the programme on Monday following a European investigation into about 40 cases of blood clots in people who had received the
The government has put an end to any hopes of restaurants, cafés and bars opening any time before mid-March, with the Health Minister warning that lifting of such lockdown measures would lead
While the overall epidemiological situation in Cyprus seems to be improving, Limassol remains a major concern, Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou told a press briefing on Friday, giving an update on the country’s
The Cyprus vaccination programme is back on track after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) gave its go-ahead to the COVID-19 vaccine from AstraZeneca on Friday for people over the age of 18.
Cyprus reported an unprecedented 751 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, with the total since the pandemic started breaking the 20,000 barrier, as vaccinations against the coronavirus slowly started getting underway. The
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades is about to get vaccinated for COVID-19 on Monday morning, a day after tens of mainly senior citizens and front-line health workers were inoculated. Anastasiades, 74, will receive
President Nicos Anastasiades has called an urgent cabinet meeting for Wednesday where the government is set to tighten the recently imposed ‘light’ lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus in Cyprus.