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Coronavirus: Nine testing sites to serve all groups on Saturday

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Nine rapid testing sites will operate on Saturday in all districts, offering the public free coronavirus tests, irrespective of their vaccination history, the health ministry announced on Friday.

In easing restrictions to tackle pandemic earlier this month, the Council of Ministers had recommended that all citizens, regardless of vaccination history, undergo a self-test or rapid test once a week.

It decided all population groups can be served through the mobile rapid antigen testing units, free of charge, regardless of vaccination history.

The ministry’s rapid antigen testing units operate only on Saturdays and Sundays, conducting sample testing for epidemiological surveillance purposes of the population, it added.

Anyone wishing to be tested must carry proof of identity.

On Saturday, testing units will operate in the following areas:

Nicosia

Nicosia Mall: 11am – 6pm, Tel: 99 146623

Dali Community Clinic: 1pm – 6pm, Tel: 94 041843

Mall of Cyprus (underground parking area, behind entrance): 11am – 6pm, Tel: 99 146623

Peristerona Community Council:1pm – 6pm, Tel: 99 146623

Limassol

Former Orphanides Shopping Mall, Polemidia, 11am – 6pm, Tel: 99 082254

My Mall Limassol (Entrance D, next to Public) 11am – 6pm, Tel: 99 082254

Larnaca

Metropolis Mall (entrance 5, underground parking area) 11am – 6pm, Tel: 94 041843

Paphos

Kings Avenue Mall, Paphos (main entrance) 11am – 6pm, Tel: 94 041843

Famagusta

Paralimni Municipal building (covered parking area) 11am – 6pm, Tel 94 041843

 

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