COVID19: No deaths as cases stabilise

There were no deaths attributed to Covid-19 on Thursday as Cyprus saw a stabilisation in daily cases that rose marginally to 144, while hospitalisations dropped to 58. The health ministry said in

COVID19: Alarm at vaccinated elderly in ICUs

Health authorities are anxious over the steady increase of fully vaccinated older adults contracting COVID-19 and landing in ICUs while the booster shot rollout lags. According to Health Ministry data released on

COVID19: Two deaths as hospitalisations climb

Cyprus reported two deaths attributed to Covid-19 on Wednesday, as new infections dropped to 143, but hospitalisations continued to rise to 64. The ministry said in its daily Covid bulletin that the

COVID19: Cyprus case fatality rate remains low

Cyprus’ case fatality rate due to COVID-19 is 0.46%, while the healthcare cost for the pandemic hit €100 mln, said Christis Loizides, Executive Head of State Health Services Organization (SHSO). Loizides said

COVID19: Two deaths as cases rise again

Cyprus reported two coronavirus deaths on Monday, as new cases rose again to 166 having dipped below 100 the previous day, while hospitalisation rates increased slightly to 57. Two men, aged 56

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