Daily Archives: November 17, 2020

Ministry of Health announces 50 coronavirus cases out of 4,151 antigen rapid tests

The Ministry of Health announced on Monday that 50 positive results were found from 4,000 antigen rapid tests carried out in the districts of Limassol, Pafos, Larnaka and Famagusta, in the framework of the program for free rapid testing

Cyprus authorities announce 228 new COVID-19 cases after conducting 8,887 tests

Cyprus authorities announced on Tuesday 228 new confirmed COVID-19 cases from a total of 8,887 tests that have been carried out. This brings the total number of cases to 7.513.A total of 127 people tested positive after 3,274 samples

Cypriot scientists to conduct research study on SARS-CoV- 2 antibodies (Correction)

(Correction in the last paragraph concerning the telephone number for those who wish to participate in the research)Scientists from three universities in Cyprus are joining forces for a new research study, which will test the presence of coronavirus a...

GRECO says Cyprus implementing recommendations “all the more pressing” due to golden passport allegations

A new report on Cyprus by the Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) stresses the need for a Code of Conduct for Members of Parliament to be adopted to prevent various forms of corruption, and to

Cyprus President rejects Tatar’s allegations that he did not categorically rule out a two-state solution

Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades, has rejected allegations made by Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar, that during their first meeting at the beginning of November, Anastasiades did not categorically rule out the possibility of a two-state solutio...

Germany calls on Turkey to refrain from unilateral provocations in order to facilitate dialogue

German Foreign Office State Secretary Miguel Berger on Monday called on Turkey to refrain from unilateral provocations in order to facilitate dialogue in the Eastern Mediterranean. He also reassured Berlin`s commitment to the relevant United Nations S...