Category Archives: Medical Management

Police report 79 individuals and one establishment for violating coronavirus measures

The Cyprus Police reported 79 individuals and one establishment for violating measures in place aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.   A Police spokesperson told CNA that since Tuesday, the Police carried out 3,631 checks. Most violations were

Vaccinations against the new coronavirus are expected to start soon, Dr. Petrou tells CNA

Vaccinations against the new coronavirus are expected to start soon, Dr. Christos Petrou, Associate Professor of the Pharmacy Program at the University of Nicosia, told CNA on Wednesday, adding that the distribution of vaccines in Europe will begin in the

Another three COVID-19 patients die in Cyprus, 292 new confirmed cases announced on Wednesday

Another three COVID-19 patients died in Cyprus, authorities announced on Wednesday, while 292 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed, after conducting 9,984 tests.   The total number of patients who lost their lives with the final cause of their death

Over 83,000 rapid antigen tests carried out, Cyprus Health Ministry says

Over 83,000 Cypriots took part in a mass drive of rapid antigen tests for Covid-19 in the last two weeks, the Ministry of Health has said.   In particular, over 69,000 individuals across Cyprus were tested with the rapid antigen

Cyprus Health Minister says General Healthcare System upgraded with new services

Cyprus’ Minister of Health Constantinos Ioannou has pointed out that yet another significant step has been taken to enrich and upgrade the healthcare services, with additional provisions added to the National Healthcare System (GESY) as of December 1.   GESY

Greek Cypriots who tested positive for COVID-19 in Turkish-occupied Rizokarpaso in good health, says Fotiou

Fifteen enclaved Greek Cypriots in the Turkish-occupied Rizokarpaso, who were tested positive for COVID-19, are in good health, said Presidential Commissioner Fotis Fotiou, speaking after the session of the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees.   Fotiou said that three of the