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Outdoor dining areas will open from 10 March.


Outdoor dining areas will open from 10 March.

Minister Ersan Saner announced that outdoor dining areas will open from 10 March. Noting that businesses that do not have open areas would definitely not be eligible to operate. Saner stressed that "it is forbidden to sit in closed spaces."

There will be no curfew from Monday 8 March.

The partial curfew will be in effect from Saturday 13 March to Monday 15 March 2021.

In order to avoid contamination of the districts of Lefke, Guzelyurt, Magusa and Iskele, the entrances and exits to these cities will be controlled.

It was also decided to open other activities:

It was decided to open work for individual sports.

Taxi drivers will be able to make hourly transfers to the south of Cyprus by providing PCR test results from the last 72 hours.

A casino, bar, tavern, cafe, swimming pools, massage parlors, gyms, etc. outside businesses will be able to start operating.

Special education centers will open from 8 March. The training center staff will conduct 1 PCR test every 7 days.

To provide transfers for people who wish to travel abroad via South Cyprus, taxi drivers will be able to travel to Larnaca Airport with time limits, with PCR tests performed in the last 24 hours.

Will open the work of contactless sports and sports individual and open.

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06.03.2021

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