Cyprus will ease out of lockdown with high school students going back on Friday; more people allowed to attend gyms and private tutoring, individual sporting events permitted while granting an extra home
From November 30, Cyprus will lift lockdowns in Limassol and Paphos but impose a nationwide eight-hour night-time curfew with earlier closing for restaurants and bars to buffer the pandemic. A nationwide curfew
Police Chief Stelios Papatheodorou has instructed officers to step up checks on establishments for possible violation of COVID-19 rules, as the force comes under criticism for not doing enough to prevent contagion.
Cyprus Health Ministry on Monday launched another free testing scheme for employees who returned to work after lockdown restrictions were lifted allowing gyms and hotels to open. A total of 10,000 employees
Cabinet ministers will meet on Wednesday to give a final decision on the dates when certain areas of the economy can reopen like kindergartens, gyms, and outdoor events. President Nicos Anastasiades on
Cyprus’ gym industry is on the brink of collapse as Covid-19 lockdown measures have meant they have had zero income for more than two months. While Cyprus prepares to enter its second