After a third lockdown, the government is busy removing barriers to open up the economy and allow people a sense of freedom as movement by text is to be abolished for now.
Cyprus reported four coronavirus deaths on Friday, amid a sense of optimism that the pandemic is getting under control, leading to lockdown measures being lifted from Monday. The four who died were
Cyprus saw a drop in coronavirus infections to 460 on Thursday, as the country prepares to exit the current lockdown on Monday based on improving health data and an increase in vaccinations.
Cyprus announced a host of relaxations from Monday when the current lockdown ends, with the government allowing larger crowds, pushing back the late-night curfew and abolishing the SMS system for exits from
Cyprus reported one coronavirus death on Wednesday, a significant drop in admitted patients to 246 and a slight increase in new cases to 562, as the country nears the end of the
The government is preparing to end Lockdown III on 10 May as the spike in cases has tapered off, but the curfew will remain, as will text approval to leave home for
Cyprus reported five coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, following Monday’s record seven, with the number of patient admissions dropping slightly to 263 and the new cases of COVID-19 infections stabilising at 509. Four
Cyprus announced a record seven deaths from COVID-19 on Monday, a figure not seen since the five and six daily deaths last December, with the previous highest death rate being six a
Cyprus reported one death from COVID-19 on Sunday, with the patient admissions rising to 292, while fewer tests were conducted for the second day in a row due to the Greek Orthodox
Cyprus hopes to achieve herd immunity by the end of June with about 60-70% of the population inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine, health minister Constantinos Ioannou said on Saturday. He said after