Cyprus reported two deaths and a drop in new coronavirus cases to 5,089 on Tuesday, down from Monday’s record 6,494, with hospitalisations also retreating somewhat to 182, as the national infection rate
Cyprus reported a record 6,494 coronavirus cases and three deaths on Monday, with hospitalisations increasing for the tenth day in a row to 190, and the national infection rate remaining above the
Cyprus reported no coronavirus deaths on Sunday, the fifth time this month, as new cases remained above the 4,000 marker, keeping the infection rate at a high 5.22%, while hospitalisations increased for
Cyprus reported two coronavirus deaths on Saturday, an increase in daily cases to 5,172, a spike in the number of hospitalisations and a mild drop in the already-high infection rate to 6.27%.
Cyprus is among the countries warned by the World Health Organisation for lifting coronavirus restrictions too “brutally”, facilitating the spread of the highly transmissible Omicron 2 subvariant of COVID-19. Speaking at a
Cyprus reported three coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, as new cases tapered off to 4,673 after spiralling to a near-record 5,286 the previous day, prompting the authorities to hold back on lifting pandemic
Cyprus’ cumulative 14-day diagnosis rate (per 100,000) as of December 6 stands at 752.8, while over a million rapid tests were carried out during that period, amid fears that the arrival of
Cyprus’ improving epidemiological data has allowed the Mediterranean island to move out of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control’s (ECDC) high-risk ‘red’ zone and into the less risky ‘orange’. The
Cyprus reported no coronavirus deaths for the second time this month, with a low figure of 153 new cases and 89 hospitalisations lowering the benchmark infection rate to 0.24%, far below the
New coronavirus cases in Cyprus remained above 100 for the fourth consecutive day, dropping slightly to 169 on Friday, below the 175 the previous day and close to the 165 on Wednesday.