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The epidemiological situation of our country continues to improve, with a marked decrease in both the number of cases and the number of hospitalisations. This improvement in epidemiological indicators allows us to proceed to further relaxations, while evaluating the scientific...
In the last two years, we have been able to tackle this unprecedented threat to public health, with great results. At this time, with the right planning, we are heading responsibly on the gradual lifting of restrictions. Today, we are...
As of 18th April 2022, Cyprus will no longer require the completion of passenger locator form (Cyprus Flight Pass), for entry into the country. Moreover, country-categorization and most travel-related COVID protocols will also be terminated. A full copy of the...
Throughout the past, the message from the Council of Ministers was clear: “We trust science and we encourage citizens to faithfully follow its steps”. We will continue to do this. The new measures aim to improve the quality of our...
As part of the efforts of the Ministry of Health to strengthen the immunity of groups of the population that are more vulnerable to severe disease, and following the decision of the Council of Ministers of 22 March 2022 on...
As part of the efforts to better serve citizens who are positive to coronavirus, the Ministry of Health informs that virus-positive cases may be released earlier than 10 days, provided that they have a negative rapid antigen test result from...
The steady and visible improvement of the epidemiological indicators, the reduction in hospitalisations, the decrease in the number of positive cases and the positivity rate, show that the pandemic containment measures we have implemented have yielded results. This allows us...
We have all gone through difficult times in the past period, as strict measures had to be taken to ensure public health, to keep the economy going and our schools open. With everyone’s contribution, we have succeeded. With sacrifices, restrictions...
At today’s meeting of the Council of Ministers, the Minister of Health, Mr Michalis Hadjipantela, presented the recommendations of the members of the Scientific Advisory Committee that were discussed at yesterday’s meeting, during which the data recorded by the Tracing...
The Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announces that, during today’s meeting, the Council of Ministers approved the new Action Plan for the smooth operation of flights and the operation of airports. The new Action Plan enters into force on...
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