Daily Archives: November 22, 2020

Mass testing program continues in Cyprus, as police stay alert for protests against COVID-19 containment measures

Cyprus’ Ministry of Health continues on Sunday a mass testing program for COVID-19, with mobile units taking samples in many areas throughout Cyprus. The mobile units conduct rapid antigen tests, with the aim of examining a larger number of citizens

Mass testing program continues in Cyprus, as police stay alert for protests against COVID-19 containment measures

Cyprus’ Ministry of Health continues on Sunday a mass testing program for COVID-19, with mobile units taking samples in many areas throughout Cyprus. The mobile units conduct rapid antigen tests, with the aim of examining a larger number of citizens

Cyprus reports one death from Covid-19, 187 positive pcr tests and 121 positive rapid tests on Sunday

An 87 year-old man died in Cyprus from Covid-19 authorities announced on Sunday, while 187 pcr tests and 121 rapid tests were positive out of a total of 9,527 tests, 3,223 pcr and 6,304 rapid respectively.The Ministry of Health has

Cyprus reports one death from Covid-19, 187 positive pcr tests and 121 positive rapid tests on Sunday

An 87 year-old man died in Cyprus from Covid-19 authorities announced on Sunday, while 187 pcr tests and 121 rapid tests were positive out of a total of 9,527 tests, 3,223 pcr and 6,304 rapid respectively.The Ministry of Health has

Cyprus’ proposals for EU Recovery and Resilience Facility to be finalised next week

Cyprus’ plan of proposals to receive about €968 million of funding from the European Union Recovery and Resilience Facility - Next Generation EU will be finalised next week, according to CNA sources. The EU Fund aims at a sustainable recovery

The Republic of Cyprus is ready for new round of Cyprus talks, says Interior Minister

As Turkey escalates tension with its provocative stance and strains the climate for the continuation of Cyprus talks, the Republic of Cyprus declares its determination to enter a new round of negotiations in a five-party meeting, from where it stopped