Monthly Archives: July 2020

Recent COVID-19 developments in Cyprus President – scientific advisory team meeting

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades discusses on Friday morning recent developments in the management of the coronavirus pandemic in the country during a meeting with the scientific advisory team on COVID-19, following a spike in new cases particularly in the Limassol

Cyprus Ministry of Health announced another six COVID-19 cases from Limassol

Cyprus’ Ministry of Health announced on Thursday evening another six COVID-19 cases, all from Limassol, following an update it received from the laboratory which is conducting a random testing programme of 3,000 people.   The first results from samples tested

Health Minister announces additional Cyprus-wide measures and special ones for Limassol

Minister of Health Constantinos Ioannou has announced additional measures in the framework of efforts to contain the coronavirus. Speaking at a press conference after a meeting at the Presidential Palace with the epidemiological team Ioannou said a series of measures

Health Ministry announces 25 new coronavirus cases on Friday

Twenty-five new SARS-CoV-2 cases were announced on Friday out of a total of 1,850 laboratory tests, bringing the total number of cases since the outbreak to 1,114.   According to the Ministry of Health, the cases were found as follows:

Cyrpus posts fiscal deficit of €805 million due to Covid-19 impact

Cyprus posted a General Government deficit of €804.6 million, or 4.0% of GDP for the period of January – June 2020 with compared with a surplus of €240.5 million (1.1% of GDP), as public finances are adversely affected by the

Cyprus’ House rejects EU-Canada trade deal

The plenary of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Cyprus, after a long debate, did not ratify the trade agreement between the European Union and Canada, with 18 votes in favour, 37 against, and no abstentions.   The