While our attention strayed to escalating brinkmanship in the East Med as Turkey plays pirates of the Aegean there was a worrying turn of events closer to home where COVID-19 remains the
Cyprus reported three new coronavirus cases late on Sunday, all from among people who had returned to Cyprus in the past few days, hours after the Ministry of Health said in its
Cyprus’ landmark General Healthcare System (GHS) entered the final stretch this week with the introduction of inpatient care as officials heralded the project a success while pledging to keep the system financially
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades welcomed as historic the full implementation of the General Health Scheme with the introduction of its final phase on Monday. “It is a really historic day because we
Cyprus’ landmark General Health Scheme entered its final stage on Monday with the introduction of inpatient care as officials heralded the project a success as a majority of private hospitals have joined.
The European Commission recommends that Cyprus secures adequate access to finance and liquidity for small and medium-sized enterprises while strengthening the health system post-Covid19. Brussels has proposed country-specific recommendations (CSRs) providing economic
Health experts tasked with advising authorities on handling the coronavirus crisis are taking into account a study predicting the end of the pandemic in Cyprus on 24 May but warn the fight
In an attempt to encourage frontline workers to get tested for the coronavirus the Cyprus Health Ministry announced on Monday it will pay for an additional 2,000 tests. The additional samples will
By Ravi Bangar As the world is focused on the fast unfolding devastating coronavirus crisis, the US on 25 March announced rewards leading to the arrest or conviction of various Venezuelan leaders,
There are fewer COVID-19 hospital admissions and fewer patients in critical condition giving the under pressure heath system a breather, said Health Ministry advisor, Professor Irene Christaki of Cyprus University medical school.