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Coronavirus: Mobile units to test returning students in remote areas

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All gymnasium students returning to school on April 2 must undergo a rapid antigen test, the health ministry reminded on Tuesday, while announcing that mobile units will be sent to remote areas.

Tests can be taken for free at the ministry’s test sites or at an expense at approved private laboratories.

For the convenience of residents in remote areas and communities outside urban centres, the ministry announced that a number of test sites will be operating in the next few days at the following areas:

Nicosia District
Farmakas Wednesday March 31
Kato Pyrgos Wednesday March 31
Arediou Thursday April 1
Lympia Thursday April 1
Analiondas Thursday April 1
Kakopetria Thursday April 1
Astromeritis Thursday April 1
Klirou Thursday April 1
Peristerona Thursday April 1
Pedhoulas Thursday April 1
Lythrodontas Thursday April 1
Tseri Thursday April 1
Pera Chorio Nisou Thursday April 1
Pera Orinis / Episkopio / Politiko Thursday April 1
Limassol District
Agros Wednesday March 31
Palodia Thursday April 1
Eptagonia Thursday April 1
Kyperounda Thursday April 1
Pissouri Thursday April 1
Pachna Thursday April 1
Pelendri Thursday April 1
Larnaca District
Skarinou Wednesday March 31
Maroni Wednesday March 31
Kornos Wednesday March 31
Dromolaxia Thursday April 1
Xylotympou Thursday April 1
Athienou Thursday April 1
Kiti Thursday April 1
Agglisides Thursday April 1
Oroklini Thursday April 1
Paphos District
Peyia Wednesday March 31
Timi Wednesday March 31
Polis Chrysochous Thursday April 1
Yeroskiopou Thursday April 1
Emba Thursday April 1
Chloraka Thursday April 1
Famagusta District
Avgorou Wednesday March 31
Liopetri Wednesday March 31
Sotira Thursday April 1
Dherynia Thursday April 1
Frenaros Thursday April 1

 

Exact times will be announced by the ministry on the day as part of daily test site announcements.

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