The Cabinet convenes on Friday to discuss further measures to tackle the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, powered by the more aggressive Delta variant, with expanding the Safe Pass under the spotlight.
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
Two more people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the Dias media group and clashes outside the Presidential Palace on Sunday night by a group of anti-vaxxers, after a
Cypriots must carry a Safe Pass to go about their daily lives to shop, dine or work, announced Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantelas on Friday. Announcing measures to stem a tide of infections
Cyprus’ hospitality sector plans to protest against the government’s decision to make owners responsible for checking that customers carry a Safe Pass. Phanos Leventis, of the Leisure and Entertainment Establishment Owners Association,
The government on Wednesday reintroduced the use of the Safe Pass for outdoor and indoor hospitality and other venues where people gather in large numbers to stem a new outbreak of COVID-19.
Outgoing Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou proposes the ‘safe pass’ be re-introduced in open space public gatherings, including restaurants and clubs after a surge in coronavirus infections, increased five-fold. Daily coronavirus cases surged
As Cyprus lifts more COVID-19 restrictions, health authorities reminded the public Thursday to remain vigilant despite the improved outlook, abide by protocols, especially the Safe Pass regime. On Thursday, the Health Ministry
A daily curfew will be pushed back to midnight from Monday, while the safe pass will no longer be required for any outdoor activities, Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou announced. After Friday’s cabinet
Shopping malls are sounding the alarm as they see stores and businesses unable to cope following three lockdowns and ongoing restrictions such as the safe pass. Senior management at shopping centres warned