Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades outlined to Brussels the difficulties the island is facing because of the slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines ordered through the EU. He said the challenges are mainly due
Cyprus was forced to revise the second stage of its vaccination rollout with a smaller number of vaccines than expected as some of the eldest are being left out. After vaccinating the
Cyprus is among the top 10 EU member states to vaccinate against COVID-19 with 0.69% of its 900,000-population inoculated since 27 December. According to Our World in Data, an organisation formed by
Cyprus is to launch the second phase of its mass vaccination program after inoculating elderly people at care homes who were at high risk of contracting COVID-19. Essentially, mass vaccinations for COVID-19
Cyprus expects its first deliveries of Covid-19 vaccines in early January as part of the rollout across Europe with Pfizer/BioNTech arriving first. The government had hoped for vaccine deliveries by end of
Cyprus’ 5G network rollout is not expected to be hindered by sanctions placed on tech giant Huawei and other Chinese telecom firms by the US and UK governments, officials said. As Cyprus
Cyprus is taking a step nearer the digital age as it moves forward with a tender for the country’s 5G network platforms with permits expected to be approved before the year’s end.