Daily Archives: June 17, 2020

Mitsotakis and Netanyahu strongly oppose destabilizing actions in the Eastern Mediterranean

In a Joint Declaration, Greek Prime Minister KyriakosMitsotakis and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu express their strong opposition to destabilizing actions in the Eastern Mediterranean. In the same declaration, they stress the need for respect for the sovereign rights of

Cyprus ranks 18th in the EU in road deaths, according to ETSC report

Cyprus ranks 18th in the EU in road deaths, according to the 14th annual Road Safety PIN Report published today by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), as part of the Road Safety PIN (Performance Index) program.   According to

Cyprus Government announces a new €150 million economic support package to deal with the effects of the pandemic

Cyprus Government announced Wednesday a new € 150 million package of measures to support the economy to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, in a joint press conference of Finance Minister ConstantinosPetrides and Minister of Labor, Welfare and

Dexamethasone is lifesaving for COVID-19 patients, says professor Tsioutis

The first results of a big clinical study show that dexamethasone is essentially the first lifesaving drug for COVID-19 patients, reducing the mortality rate among people in need of breathing support, ConstantinosTsioutis, a member of the scientific team and Assistant

Cypriot authorities announce no new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday after 1,210 tests

The Cypriot health authorities reported no new case of Covid-19 infection on Wednesday after conducting 1,210 laboratory tests. The total number of Covid-19 infections remains at 985, a press release issued by the Ministry of Health says.   According to

Approximately 7 thousand people fly from and to Larnaca Airport since its re-operation

Approximately seven thousand people flew from and to Larnaca International Airport on 85 flights during the first week after it operated again, as flights from and to Cyprus were prohibited since March 21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   According