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Cyprus has lifted a number of restrictive measures imposed in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic since May 15

Since May 15, Cyprus has lifted a number of restrictive measures imposed in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, reports RIA News.

So, the Safe Pass covid passport is temporarily canceled when visiting most institutions and events, masks must be worn only indoors. The SafePass verifies that the owner is not infected with COVID-19. This may be a negative test (PCR or express), a certificate of vaccination or a past illness.

In addition, the country’s authorities have removed the obligation to show Safe Pass when visiting all places, except for nursing homes, clinics, treatment and diagnostic centers, and rehabilitation centers.

Also, those who have been in contact with a carrier of coronavirus are exempted from isolation. At the same time, the mandatory use of a protective mask for children under 12 years of age is suspended. Children over this age are only required to wear a protective mask in secondary school. All persons over the age of 13 are required to use a protective mask indoors only.

Since May 15, Cyprus has eased restrictions on the occupancy of catering establishments and entertainment centers. It is allowed to fill rooms up to 500 square meters by 100 percent, and by 85 percent with an area of ​​​​more than 500 square meters.

Previously, the authorities of several popular resort countries, including Thailand, Malaysia, Armenia, Greece and Bulgaria, from May 1 simplified entry rules for Russians. Also, many of the above states have canceled anti-covid restrictions inside.

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