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.
Cyprus reported its lowest daily COVID-19 case rate of 136 since mid-June, although one more death was recorded, the 15th this week, raising the September death toll to 25. Daily infections have
Registered unemployed in Cyprus fell by over 4,000, recording an annual drop of 14.3% in June, from 31,158 last year to 26,694, according to the Statistical Service. Unemployed people registered at the
Cyprus has met its June target of vaccinating 65% of the adult population with a COVID-19 jab, as health authorities launch a campaign to vaccinate teenagers aged 16 and 17. The Health
Cyprus is on track to reach its goal of vaccinating 65% of the adult population with one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine in June, the Health Ministry announced Thursday. According to a
Cyprus will lift more COVID-19 restrictions from Saturday by pushing back the curfew to 1 am before scrapping it on 10 June. Cypriots have endured more than seven months of curfew restrictions
Hotels across the island will continue to offer discounts to Cypriots in June in an attempt to keep the industry alive until foreign tourists start arriving in large numbers. Following the easing
Cyprus tourism will have to make the most of the summer months with holidaymakers unlikely to take an off-season break during the pandemic. The Tourism Ministry has called on stakeholders to come
The Central Bank of Cyprus has approved a new loan repayment moratorium until the end of June to mitigate the impact of a new three-week lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Cyprus tourist arrivals suffered a sharp drop of 98.2% in June arrivals due to coronavirus pandemic travel restrictions, official data on Friday showed. Following three months of lockdown, Cyprus only lifted a