Monthly Archives: April 2020

COVID19: Dental work will include virus tariff

Going to the dentist will also be a painful experience for your finances after dentists said customers will be charged extra to cover the cost of safety measures required during the coronavirus pandemic. Dentists say they will need to wear

Activists accuse Cyprus of doing little to protect birds

Bird trapping levels have fallen in the British Bases but increased in the Cyprus Republic, according to a report on illegal poaching of birds. BirdLife Cyprus’ latest report, on autumn 2019 trapping levels, highlights a further reduction in the British

COVID19: British Bases to adopt Cyprus exit strategy

Following President Nicos Anastasiades declaration that Cyprus will begin phased easing of COVID-19 lockdown measures from May 4, the British Bases said it will follow the same guidelines. “The drawdown measures in the Bases, like in the Republic of Cyprus,

COVID19: Cyprus unveils four stages out of lockdown

Government ministers on Thursday mapped out the path that Cyprus will follow until mid-July to end the strict lockdown that the country has been under since the outbreak almost two months ago. Construction sites and retail shops will open next

COVID19: Masks obligatory for customer-serving staff

As the majority of people will be returning to work on Monday, the Cyprus Health Ministry announced that employees serving clients will have to wear a face mask. Employees working in public transports like bus drivers, client-facing personnel in shops

COVID19: Cyprus keeps cases low, tests high

Coronavirus cases in Cyprus remained in the single-digit range on Thursday as health authorities announced only seven new COVID-19 infections, one up from the previous day. After spiking to 15 on Tuesday, numbers have dropped back down, allowing scientists to