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Rapid tests continue in Paphos – The surnames of the employees that are in order today

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Rapid tests continue in Paphos - The surnames of the employees that are in order today

The free control of workers and the general population with antigen tests in the Paphos District continues with the operation of six mobile sampling units without any further increase despite the large attendance observed after the reactivation of workers. For the best service of all citizens, for the period 4-7 February, the six sampling units will operate in Paphos District with extended hours.

Specifically, mobile units will operate in the Church of the Apostles Paul and Barnabas, Paphos 8.30 am-6pm. Former House of the Prefect, Paphos (Griva Digeni Street) 8.30 am-6pm, at Apostolos Andreas Church, Polis Chrysochous 8.30am-1pm. Also in the Multipurpose Hall of the Community Council of Emba 2 pm-6pm, Community Clinic of Timi 8.30am-1pm, and in the Church of Agia Paraskevi, Geroskipou 1.30pm-6pm .μ.

Also yesterday, 137 laboratory tests were performed, which were taken in the context of passenger control at Larnaca and Paphos Airports, without detecting a case.

Also yesterday, 2,512 rapid tests were performed at the six points that operated in Paphos District, of which 2 were positive and the positivity rate rose to 0.08%. In the Nursing Homes in the District of Paphos, 75 rapid tests were performed without detecting a positive case.

According to the Ministry of Health, the employees who, according to the Decree in force, are reactivated on February 8, must undergo a rapid antigen detection test within a week. In order to be able to control all the employees who will return to their workplace, the employees have been grouped alphabetically based on their last name. For today, Thursday, February 4, the adjectives in the Greek alphabet by K-L and in the Latin alphabet by JM.

Source: politis.com.cy

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