Cyprus Mail

Daily News Briefing

cb october 20

In today’s episode, the state health services has vowed significant spending on the national health service Gesy with a projected €250 million for 2022-2024, while also acknowledging complaints and the need to constantly improve.

In other news, Patriarch of Jerusalem Theofilos III arrived yesterday to visit Archbishop Chrysostomos II, who has been fighting intestinal cancer.

According to reports, the archbishop’s health has been deteriorating in recent hours, prompting the patriarch’s visit.

Elsewhere, the public service commission has suspended director of Veterinary Services Christodoulos Pipis for three months.

The reason is the instances of Brucellosis found in cattle in a Larnaca livestock farm, which resulted in the need to cull approximately 1,200 animals.

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

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