Authorities are struggling to cope with an increase in daily COVID-19 cases after being hit with an unforeseen third wave of coronavirus fuelled by the UK variant affecting younger people. Eirini Christaki,
Cyprus tweaked its COVID-19 safe travel list, demoting two countries and upgrading another three, with the green category still hosting just six countries, with no EU entry. Cyprus has demoted Denmark to
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.
Tourist arrivals in the first three months to March recorded a steep drop of 92.8% compared with the lockdown period last year, as COVID-19 travel restrictions continue to affect the tourism sector.
Cyprus will not see any further relaxation of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, as the country’s health system is buckling under pressure from the recent upsurge of new cases. In comments to state radio
Cyprus COVID-19 vaccination rollout slid further down the age ladder on Monday, as the appointment portal opened for people aged 51 and 52, but many are avoiding controversy-hit AstraZeneca. The portal opened
Cyprus reported a near-record 852 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, with some health officials pondering a third lockdown, as opposed to a further relaxation of measures, as some had hoped prior
COVID cases going in the wrong direction since lockdown measures were eased leaves the government in a quandary about what happens next. With the education system going back to class, the hospitality
Cyprus saw a sharp rise in new coronavirus cases to 786 on Saturday and four deaths attributed to COVID-19, while hospitalisations continued to climb. The Health Ministry said of the four people
Cyprus saw a small drop in new coronavirus cases to 677 on Friday and one death attributed to COVID-19, while hospitalisations continued to rise, as the national testing programme broke a new