In the first two weeks of July, 62 percent of confirmed Covid-19 cases on the island were imported – in other words, of the 26 cases, 16 had a recent travel history.
The data was compiled and announced in a report issued by the ministry of health’s epidemiological surveillance unit on Friday.
As of July 14, there were 1,024 confirmed cases and 26 deaths, resulting in a 2.5 percent mortality rate among confirmed cases.
The report further broke down the number, stating that 18.8 percent of cases were amongst health workers (192), 3.9 percent were doctors (40), 9.5 percent nurses (97), 1.3 percent other health professionals (13) and 4.1 percent were support staff (42).
The median age of those confirmed to have had Covid-19 was 44, while 51.8 percent were men, and 48.2 percent were women.
The report also stated that the cases of domestic transmission stood at 687, or 78.2 percent of the 879 cases for which contact history is known.
Of these cases, 84 were recorded in Aradippou (12.2 percent), and 57 had links to Paphos general hospital (8.3) percent.
Other notable data includes that 181 of confirmed cases received hospital care (17.7 percent). The median age of those who received hospital care is 62 years, and 64.6 percent were men.
There are currently no patients in intensive care units, and only two are receiving hospital treatment.
The report concluded that as of July 14, 176,174 tests were carried out, corresponding to 20,113 criteria per 100,000 people.