Three people died and 635 new coronavirus cases were reported on Friday, 20 fewer than the previous day, despite July being the worst month on record accounting for just over 25% of
Cyprus reported four coronavirus deaths on Thursday, a mild drop in hospitalisations and a drop in new daily infections, as the government said it plans to pick up the pace of vaccinations
Cyprus reported a drop in all coronavirus-related metrics on Wednesday, with two deaths, 769 new infections and 286 hospitalisations, down from six deaths, 791 new cases and 292 patients the day before.
Cyprus reported six coronavirus deaths on Tuesday and a rise in hospitalisations to a critical 292 patients, as health officials called on the government to continue the national free testing programme in
After dropping to below 800 daily coronavirus cases over the weekend, Cyprus reported an increase in daily infections to 851 on Monday, with one death attributed to Covid-19 and a small drop
New coronavirus cases continued to drop slightly in Cyprus, dipping to 727 on Sunday, from 789 the day before, as the number of hospitalisations continued to rise, reaching 276 from Saturday’s 259.
Cyprus reported no coronavirus deaths for the first time in seven days on Friday, with daily cases dropping to a week-low of 895, and hospitalisations receding slightly to 254. The death toll
Cyprus reported four deaths, 1,046 new coronavirus cases and 264 hospitalisations on Thursday, up on all levels from Wednesday’s figure of three deaths, 1,014 and 243, respectively, as the strain on state
Cyprus reported three deaths and 1,014 new coronavirus infections on Wednesday, with growing patient admissions exerting a strain on state hospitals. A senior officer at the state health administration OKYPY said earlier
Cyprus saw a mild drop in new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, falling to 995 from 1056 the day before, with one death and a rise in hospitalisations to 231. The health ministry