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Paphos General was once the ‘flagship hospital’ in Cyprus

Paphos hospital

When built, Paphos General was the “flagship hospital in Cyprus” – clean and modern, however it has suffered almost 20 years of neglect.

Much of the place has never had a fresh coat of paint, and the atrium which was such a lovely feature has become a disgrace.

Until recently the “public” toilets were also an absolute disgrace.

Why has the Ministry of Health allowed what was such a lovely building fall into such disrepair.


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