According to data released by the Ministry of Health, heart diseases and cancer are the leading causes of death in Cyprus, killing a combined 3,401 people annually. Some 28% of deaths (1,871)
Cyprus reported 12 deaths in the weekly Covid bulletin on Friday, raising the death toll since the pandemic started to 1,027, five of which were in the final days of April. Hospitalisations
The Health Ministry on Friday revised its COVID-19 death count after reviewing data reporting an additional 19 deaths over the past year, raising the total since March 2020 to 971 from 952.
Cyprus reported four coronavirus deaths on Saturday, as new daily cases receded to under 3,000 with hospitalisations up to 110, of whom 17 are critical. The Health Ministry said in its Covid
Cyprus reported two coronavirus deaths on Saturday, daily cases fell under 2,000 marker on fewer tests to 1,834, hospitalisations dropped 6.5% to 128. The Health Ministry said in its Covid bulletin the
COVID-19 cases, deaths, and hospitalisations began a slow downward trend after mid-February, according to the National Surveillance Report released Friday. Since February 15, 27,674 cases were diagnosed taking the 14-day cumulative diagnosis rate to
Cyprus reported four coronavirus deaths on Saturday as new daily infections continued to drop, to 1,606, together with the rate of hospitalisations and serious cases, down to 152 and 32, respectively. The
The Health Ministry on Friday updated its data on deaths from COVID-19, reporting an additional seven deaths over the past year, which raised the total since March 2020 to 841 from 834.
Cyprus reported four coronavirus deaths on Saturday, with daily cases falling to 1,764, while hospitalisations dropped to 160, of whom 37 were critical. The Health Ministry said in its Covid bulletin the
Cyprus reported five coronavirus deaths on Saturday, with new cases dropping 14.68% to 2,120, while hospitalisations were lower at 180 for the fourth day running. The number of critical patients also dropped