Twenty-six new cases of coronavirus were announced by the health ministry on Wednesday, bringing the total to 1,385.
According to the ministry a total of 3,372 tests were processed over the past 24 hours.
Eleven of the cases came from 178 tests conducted at migrant camps. They are all in the Pournara migrant camp near Kokkinotrimithia.
The ministry said seven of the cases came from 190 tests processed from contact tracing. One individual was a contact of the worker at the Pasydy nursery announced on Sunday.
Three were family members of a case announced previously, while the other three were contacts of separate previously announced cases.
Out of 1,700 tests processed on passengers and repatriated individuals, one case was found. The woman was a tourist who arrived from the Czech republic and she was taken to Eden rehabilitation centre.
One case was also found from 166 tests processed from individuals tested on doctor’s orders. The individual had a recent travel history to Slovenia and Serbia and displayed symptoms of the virus.
Another six were found from 682 tests processed from individuals tested on private initiative, two of which have a recent travel history.
The first individual is a Cypriot who returned from the Greek island of Mykonos on August 13. The individual developed symptoms on August 17 and was tested privately on August 18.
The second case was a Cypriot who returned from Thessaloniki, Greece on August 11. After developing symptoms, the individual was tested on August 18.
The third person is also a Cypriot, who developed symptoms on August 2, and was tested on August 18.
The fourth person developed symptoms on August 13 and was tested on August 18.
The fifth person developed symptoms on August 17 and was tested the next day.
The sixth person developed symptoms on August 5, did a test privately on August 12, which showed a negative result, and due to the persistence of the symptoms was tested again on August 18.
The ministry also received negative results from 435 tests processed on individuals tested during random checks, and from 21 tests processed by state hospital laboratories.
One person is being treated at Famagusta General, the reference hospital, and one more person is intubated at the intensive care unit in Nicosia General.