Students and teachers will return to their classrooms in early September without having to wear face masks or take a COVID-19 test, the cabinet decided Wednesday. Encouraged by the improved epidemiological data,
Face coverings must be worn when visiting a pharmacy, clinical labs, or government testing sites for COVID-19, less than a month after a mask mandate was lifted, the Health Ministry said Tuesday.
Face masks may return only weeks after being ditched, as health authorities are puzzled over a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases recorded in recent days. In comments to CyBC radio, Health Minister
Cyprus reported six deaths in the weekly Covid bulletin on Friday, with new cases inching up to 1,814, some 40 more than the week before. The Health Ministry said the latest victims
Cypriots ditched the face mask on Wednesday as authorities lifted the last remaining coronavirus restrictions, including masks for indoor areas and tests required for unvaccinated arrivals. As of 1 June, all travellers
Wearing a face mask in Cyprus will soon be a thing of the past, as most government scientists have urged authorities to suspend the COVID-19 mandate for indoor facilities from next week.
In the coming days, Cyprus could lift a mask mandate for indoors after Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantela asked advisors to deliver their recommendation for when the measure can be scrapped. According to
Cyprus reported two coronavirus deaths on Thursday, with new daily cases dropping slightly to 2,457, while hospitalisations increased to 208, as the government said it will abolish most restrictions, including a mask
Cyprus will tweak COVID-19 measures, easing restrictions on sporting events, cinemas, and theatres, but wearing a face mask remains compulsory, said Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas. After a visit to the Parliament, where
Cyprus has introduced a three-tier system of measures to contain coronavirus while tackling the hotspots of Limassol and Paphos to ensure islandwide transmission is buffered. Most of the new restrictions like the