North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 8th January 2022

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 8th January 2022The North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on 8th January 2022 updates a lot of what has appeared before, e.g. a US resident Turkish Cypriot mountain climber’s accident in the US and doubts over the TRNC’s Covid Passport.

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UK ‘RECOGNISES’ TRNC JAB PROOF – THE BRITISH government has finally decided to recognise Covid-vaccination certificates issued by the Turkish Cypriot Health Ministry, allowing people vaccinated in the TRNC to enter the UK without the need for a pre-departure test or self-isolation.

Calls for probe into US death of mountaineer – THE TRNC Presidency has called for a ‘full investigation” into the death of US-based Turkish Cypriot mountaineer Birkan Uzun, who reportedly died in a skiing accident on Mount Bachelor in Oregon, USA, on New Year’s Eve.

Study warns: Covid cases `could rise to 2,000 a day’ – THE number of daily Covid-19 cases in North Cyprus could reach 2,000 by the end of January if precautions are not taken, a report released by scientists at Near East University (NEU) warned

Annual Inflation Reaches 46% – ANNUAL inflation in the TRNC has reached an astonishing 46.09 per cent, according to new official figures released on Wednesday.

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Covid rules ‘useless’ without inspections – THE Cyprus Turkish Medical Association head Dr Ozlem Gurkut has stated that problems in the healthcare system related to Covid-19 are down to a failure to enforce rules. “The rules are useless without oversight,” she said.

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