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Daily News Briefing

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In today’s episode, the percentage of flights to and from Cyprus affected by Europe’s travel chaos is much smaller than in other countries, deputy minister for tourism Savvas Perdios said while still urging people to travel outside July and August.

Elsewhere, the government is intensifying its efforts to curb illegal crossings through the buffer zone, according to Interior Minister Nicos Nouris.

In other news, the health ministry on Sunday reminded the public that as of today, the maximum price of individual self-tests is set at €1.70.

The price cap was set after some sellers were selling individual tests from a box of five for €2 apiece. The box of five costs €6.

All this and more in the Cyprus Beat briefing brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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