Call centre for the management of COVID-19 cases and contacts launched by the Ministry of Health
As part of its efforts to better serve citizens on issues related to the management of COVID-19 positive cases and close contacts, the Ministry of Health announces the operation of a call centre that will be available to citizens on a daily basis (Monday — Sunday) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Citizens will be able to be served by calling the following telephone numbers, which are also indicated in the instructions sent via a text message to positive cases and contacts.
Contact phone numbers: 22421600, 22495671, 22495666, 22421745, 22570588, 22514264, 22514258, 22514259, 22771923.
It is recommended that citizens follow carefully the recorded instructions, before choosing to be referred to competent officials for the issues described below:
It is clarified that for general information on the decrees and measures in force, the call centre 1474 continues to operate between 08:00-20:00 (Monday — Sunday).
To report worsening symptoms and to transfer a positive COVID-19 case to the hospital, citizens should call the Ambulance Service via 112 or directly the Ambulance Service Call Coordination Centre on 22887171 (operating on a 24-hour basis (Monday — Sunday).
Additionally, relevant information is also available on the website of the Press and Information Office https://www.pio.gov.cy/coronavirus/categories/info
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