Daily Archives: November 4, 2020

Police report 24 individuals and two establishments for violating coronavirus measures

The Cyprus Police carried out a total of 1,720 island-wide checks during the night, reporting 24 individuals and two establishments for violating the measures in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus.   Most of the violations were failing

Council of Ministers to decide new package of coronavirus measures on Wednesday

The Council of Ministers convenes on Wednesday at 1830 local time to discuss a new package of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus in Cyprus, and announcements are expected immediately after the meeting.   According to sources, President

Cypriots will have to learn to live with anti-coronavirus measures, expert tells CNA

The Cypriots will have to learn to live with restrictive measures for a long time, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Infection Prevention and Control at the European University and specialist with training in infection control, Dr. Constantinos Tsioutis, has

Cyprus Speaker – Greek Ambassador discuss bilateral parliamentary cooperation

Feasible ways of continuing the close cooperation between Cyprus` House of Representatives and the Hellenic Parliament amidst restrictive measures to contain the pandemic, as well as the Cyprus problem and Greek – Turkish relations were discussed during a meeting, on

Minister of Agriculture stresses the need to enhance sustainability of fishery at a high-level teleconference

Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment Costas Kadis stressed Tuesday the need for support and protection of small-scale fishery and enhancing the sustainability of the sector, as well as the need for enhanced monitoring and controlling of fishing activities

Ministry announces 166 new coronavirus cases and increased number of hospitalisations

The Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday 166 new cases of coronavirus out of 3,529 laboratory tests.   The Ministry notes that the number of hospitalisations is increasing. In the Famagusta General Hospital there are 40 patients being treated with