Ministry of Health announced 7 new cases on Friday afternoon which brings the total cases to 857. The numbers of the last few days allow us to take the first steps towards a return to normalcy.
From Monday, May 4, the government is implementing a plan to gradually lift restrictive measures, with citizens being urged to very careful in order not to overturn plans.
The program of the Ministry of Health to examine 20,000 professionals have completed today 642 laboratory test Contracting workshops, with one positive result,
– From all 141 diagnoses of the tracking process already confirmed cases, no case was detected,
– From all 174 diagnoses from the Microbiological Laboratories of the Government Hospitals, no case was identified,
– Out of a total of 322 laboratory diagnoses in people who returned from abroad, 2 cases emerged,
– Out of a total of 635 laboratories 4 out of
439 diagnoses from the control of 2,000 employees in the beverages and food and nursing homes, no positive results were obtained, and
– Of the 74 samples taken by State health Organization employees, no positive results were obtained.
– From the program of 20,000 laboratory tests, a total of 18,549 laboratory tests were completed from Saturday, April 11, and until today at 4 pm.
Based on current data, the total number of positive cases amounted to 857 (including the ten identified in the British Base).
In addition, according to the data, until 3 in the afternoon, 13 people are being treated at the General Hospital of Famagusta, with one of them being treated at the Intensive Care Unit.
A total of four patients are being treated for intubation, one in the Intensive Care Unit of the Limassol General Hospital and three in the Nicosia ICU. Also in the Intensive Care Unit of the General Hospital of Nicosia, two patients are being treated out of breath.
The clinical condition of all patients in the ICU is critical but stable. In addition, in all hospitals, except for the reference hospital, five confirmed cases are treated in a ward.