Two new cases of coronavirus reported in north Cyprus

Two new case of coronavirus were reported in northern Cyprus on Thursday.

Making the announcement on Thursday, Minister of Health, Ali Pilli said 569 tests were performed in the last 24 hours with 2 positive cases detected.  

1 of the case concern a Turkish citizen who came to the country by air, and the other case was a Kazakhstan national who also came to the country by air.

Kazakhstan is in Category C for visitors to North Cyprus meaning that 14 days quarantine is mandatory for that group. 

With the positive case that came in a ship on Wednesday, the number of Covid-19 positive patients in the country is now 3.

All three patients are currently receiving treatment at the Quarantine Department of the Burhan Nalbanto─člu State Hospital in Lefkosa. Their contacts will be taken into quarantine hotels.

This brings the total number of cases in the TRNC to 113. These new cases are the first cases reported in the TRNC since April, 17 when the last case was reported.

After the new case was detected on Wednesday the TRNC government on Thursday announced that everyone who arrives the country by air or sea including the airports in south Cyprus would be taken to quarantine hotels until their coronavirus test results were ready.

The Minister reminded everyone to follow the rules during this period and emphasized that the use of masks, social distance and hygiene rules should be followed.

General situation of Covid-19 as at Thursday, July, 2, 2020;
-Test performed today - 569
-Positive case detected today - 2
-Recovered and discharged case today- None
-Cases lost today - None
-Total number of tests - 38, 820
-Total number of cases - 111
-Total number of discharged cases - 104
-Number of patients undergoing treatment - 3
-Total number of patients lost - 4
-Number of patients hospitalized in intensive care - None

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