Cypriots can travel freely to well over a dozen EU countries without having to quarantine on their entry or carry a negative coronavirus test after Ireland decided to keep Cyprus on its
Cyprus confirmed 17 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 on Monday with six infections connected to known clusters, another seven had a recent travel history while a Bank of Cyprus branch had to close.
Cyprus’ safe travel list is dwindling as there are now just eight countries from which travellers do not need to present a negative COVID-19 test to gain entry as fear of Europe’s
EU leaders will congregate in Brussels next week in a socially distanced fashion to take stock of the COVID-19 pandemic, China, digital transformation, and relations with Turkey. Any way you slice it,
Cyprus COVID-19 cases surged on Saturday with 25 new infections, triple the previous day’s seven while local clusters are growing, including Cypriot top-flight club Nea Salamina and cases linked to UK travel.
Cyprus has called on its European Union counterparts to take common action on air travel and connectivity to mitigate the negative impact of the coronavirus. Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos sent a non-paper
The number of European destinations on Cyprus’ safe travel list is shrinking rapidly, as there are now just four EU states from which tourists do not need to present a negative COVID-19
Authorities in the Turkish occupied north of Cyprus reported nine more COVID-19 cases with coronavirus infections spiking after it lifted travel restrictions on 1 July. The Turkish Cypriot authorities have now reported
Cyprus confirmed 10 more Covid-19 infections on Wednesday after 3,207 tests were carried out taking total cases to 1,484 since the outbreak. Wednesday’s cases follow Tuesday’s 14, with the daily tally remaining
Cyprus has lowered the bar when it comes to tourist arrivals from the UK, as travellers need to undergo a coronavirus test before coming, said Tourism Minister Savvas Perdios. Recent deals with