Cyprus’ health system is under pressure from rising numbers of COVID and non-coronavirus patients, dangerously filling up hospital Intensive Care Units. In comments to Phileleftheros daily, the State Health Services Organisation (OKYPY)
Health authorities are anxious over the steady increase of fully vaccinated older adults contracting COVID-19 and landing in ICUs while the booster shot rollout lags. According to Health Ministry data released on
Cyprus hospitals are feeling the pinch from an increase in COVID-19 patients needing to be treated in an Intensive Care Unit, with officials warning if numbers keep rising, beds will become scarce.
Intensive Care Units (ICUs) in Cyprus public hospitals are full of coronavirus cases while most non-COVID cases are referred to the private sector, Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas said. Highlighting the problem, Hadjipandelas
Cyprus can boast stemming the spread of coronavirus in the community after reporting no COVID-19 cases for a fourth day while hospital ICU’s were empty for the first time on Friday. The