Daily Archives: September 25, 2020

COVID19: British Bases catch forged test results at crossings

British Bases areas customs and immigration officials said measures relating to COVID-19 test certificates at crossing points in Pergamos and Strovilia have led to some arrests for providing false documentation.   Measures introduced at the crossing points since the pandemic

Greece backs targeted Turkey sanctions

Greece supports Cyprus in seeking targeted sanctions against Turkey for violating its territorial water in exploratory gas drilling, Greek Foreign Ministry spokesperson Alexandros Gennimatas said on Friday.   Gennimatas was replying to a question over the possibility of the EU

Mixed outlook for real estate

BNP Paribas has released its second 2020 report regarding the property market outlook post-pandemic, presenting forecasts about real estate in uncertain times.   The obvious differentiation regarding the previous report published in January is the fact Europe’s economy has moved

COVID19: Cyprus transmission rate rises to 1.5

Cyprus’ epidemiological picture has deteriorated with the COVID-19 transmission rate rising dangerously above one to 1.5, according to the latest Health Ministry report Friday.   The increase is attributed to several clusters in Larnaca which is experiencing a spike in

COVID19: Cyprus cases dip, more hospital patients

Health authorities announced eight new cases of Covid-19 on Friday, as patients at Famagusta General, the country’s COVID-19 hospital, reached its highest number for months with 14 patients.   Cyprus kept its cases in single digits for a second day

Deposits rise, loans continue downward path in the Cyprus banking sector in August

Total deposits rose in the Cyprus banking sector in August with the outstanding amount reaching €47.9 billion, according to data released by the Central Bank of Cyprus.   The CBC said that deposits in August 2020 recorded a net increase