Daily Archives: May 16, 2020

Shop owner fined for opening after 10pm violating COVID-19 restrictions

A shop owner was fined by the Police for opening after 10pm violating the COVID-19 restrictions. Two citizens were also probed for home gatherings while another shop owner was fined for not having the appropriate signs as the decree outlines.…

More COVID-19 tests at schools as of next week

Mobile units will continue the COVID-19 tests at schools next week. The sample tests run for both teachers , other school staff and students will cover more schools island wide, the Education Ministry announced on Saturday.

 

Last Friday tests …

Cyprus Parliamentarian takes part in OSCE video conference on COVID-19 effects in war torn areas

Cyprus Parliamentarian KyriakosHadjiyiannis, Chair of the Democracy, Human Rights and Humanitarian Issues of the Parliamentary Assembly of OSCE participated in a video conference on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in war torn areas.

 

A press release issued by …

Four new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Cyprus, all from school testing

Four new cases of coronavirus were confirmed on Saturday by the Ministry of Health, noting that all four came from 325 tests at schools on students and school staff.

 

A total of 1,564 tests were held, the Ministry of …

DBRS confirms Republic of Cyprus at BBB (low), trend changed to stable

DBRS Ratings confirmed the Republic of Cyprus’s Long-Term Foreign and Local Currency – Issuer Ratings at BBB (low) and changed the trend to Stable from Positive. At the same time, DBRS Morningstar confirmed the Republic of Cyprus’s Short-Term Foreign and

Defence Ministers of Cyprus and France reaffirm commitment to enhance the two countries’ bilateral deference cooperation

Defence Ministers of Cyprus and France have reaffirmed their commitment to enhance the two countries’ bilateral deference cooperation.

 

Cyprus Defence Minister SavvasAngelides said in a post on social media, on Friday evening, that he had a very constructive and …