Although Cyprus is succeeding in containing the second wave of coronavirus, Limassol infections are soaring, accounting for 70% of all COVID-19 cases, threatening to reverse progress made in recent months.
Cyprus’ 14-day cumulative rate was 614.3 per 100,000 in December. It has dropped to 164, according to the Health Ministry’s surveillance report.
However, the virus remains unchecked in Limassol, with seven out of 10 new cases from the district.
The Health Ministry’s weekly data from February 16-23 showed no significant changes in the...