On August 29, the COVID Scientific Advisory Committee will meet with Health Minister Popi Kanari to evaluate new data on whether the virus is making a comeback. Although the minister said: “There
The government will introduce more measures to fence off the effects of persisting high inflation following news that interest rates will rise after the latest increase imposed by the European Central Bank.
Cyprus health authorities have decided to delay introducing testing for travellers from China as the country struggles with a new COVID wave. Following a meeting with health experts advising the government on
An increase in new COVID-19 cases and hospitalisations have prompted Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantela to call an extraordinary meeting with government advisors on the pandemic. Hadjipantela said in light of the COVID
Inflation is running higher for longer, and we must realise it affects various groups of people differently. Inflation is calculated as the rate of increase of an index comprised of several hundred
No additional COVID-19 measures are expected over the summer, as scientists advising the government are concentrating on autumn, when they expect a rise in cases, possibly powered by a new variant. According
Authorities will not hesitate to reinstate more COVID-19 measures following the reintroduction of face masks if cases continue to rise, Health minister Michalis Hadjipantela warned. “We are waiting to hear scientists’ feedback,
Despite a hike in the positivity rate and cases, there are no thoughts for the time being to bring back COVID restrictions, Ηealth Μinistry official Constantinos Athanasiou told the Cyprus News Agency.
There were no decisions Friday on measures to buffer hiking inflation, diminishing Cypriots’ purchasing power, as the government postponed action until next week. Following the meeting on Friday, government spokesperson Marios Pelekanos
Cyprus will decide on Thursday if it will go ahead and lift further restrictions, despite daily coronavirus cases rising to a record 6,494 a week ago, with hospitalisations also increasing steadily and