Cyprus Lifts COVID-19 mask rule


Cyprus on Wednesday lifted the obligatory use of face masks in all indoor areas, but the mask rule still applies to hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, pharmacies and public transport.

All capacity limitations were also lifted as of Wednesday for restaurants, nightclubs, retail stores, shopping malls, casinos, sports stadiums and churches.

The mandatory rapid tests have also been abolished, but primary school pupils will be supplied with five self-tests each on their return to classes on Sept. 12.

Germany’s Cabinet on Wednesday approved a package of pandemic restrictions set to come into force on October 1 should it clear parliament in the coming weeks.

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