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Cyprus is preparing to welcome foreign visitors as hospitality businesses opened on June 1 and international air travel resumes on June 9. Initially, all visitors will be required to take a coronavirus test in their own country within 72 hours before traveling to Cyprus. However, Cypriot government pledged to cover the vacation costs of any tourists who test positive for Covid-19 after entering the country. This includes travelers’ accommodation, food, drink and medication, while the travelers will only need to pay for the cost of airport transfers and return flight.
A “Covid-19 hospital” with 100 beds will also be provided exclusively for foreign visitors who contract the virus and additional beds can be made available if needed while 500 rooms in dedicated “quarantine hotels” will be offered to close contacts of the person infected with the coronavirus, with more to be made available if necessary. For travelers who show critical symptoms, it plans to offer an additional 112 intensive care units for treatment, with 200 respirators.
Find out more about traveling to Cyprus amidst the pandemic here: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/28/cyprus-to-pay-for-the-vacation-of-tourists-who-catch-the-coronavirus.html
Более подробную информацию о налогах и сборах при покупке недвижимости на Кипре вы можете получить на нашей странице.
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