Gymnasium students, Limassol primary school kids, will not return to class next week, hospitality can operate outdoors, and a nighttime curfew will be pushed back to 11 pm, as the government grapples
Some 27 mobile COVID-19 rapid testing units were deployed at state and private high schools on Thursday, as the Health Ministry plans to test all students weekly before they can begin lessons,
Following the government’s decision that gymnasium and lyceum students must carry a negative COVID-19 rapid test to be allowed back into class, the Health Ministry will send mobile testing units to schools.
Students yet to return to school will be going back gradually from Monday, while private lessons and extra curriculum activities are back on but under limited numbers. Gyms and dance schools are
By Nicolaos Artemis The pandemic has redefined our reality in recent months as it has affected every aspect of human activity. Education as a whole and schools, in particular, are no exception.
The government is set to ease some restrictions, but others will be in place over the Christmas holidays after President Nicos Anastasiades meets his advisors on the coronavirus Friday. President Anastasiades will
With Cyprus health authorities struggling to put a lid on COVID-19 cases which have spiralled out of control in October, schools and private institutes seem to have been hit hard by the
While the government has said it wants all students to return to class when schools reopen in September, some lessons may be taught remotely. Research, Innovation, and Digital Policy Deputy Minister Kyriacos
Concerned parents fearing the decision to reopen all schools on 21 May is risky and premature have set up an online petition asking the government to reconsider. Around 8,000 final-year Cyprus students
President Nicos Anastasiades on Friday assuaged concerns of parents, teachers and students over the reopening of schools, after confusion on whether health experts said it was safe to go back. With all