Cyprus reported a near-record 152 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 on Tuesday, the second highest number ever since the pandemic broke, with health officials worried that hospital admissions are also expected to increase.
Monday’s case count was 43, following from Sunday’s 63 and Saturday’s record 202. October already accounts for a third of all infections since March.
The total for the Republic of Cyprus now stands at 2,839, with 24 patients being treated in hospitals, two of whom remain intubated.
The majority of the new Covid-19 cases resulted...