Three new coronavirus cases were announced by the health ministry on Thursday, bringing the total to 1,517.
According to the ministry, the three cases emerged from a total of 2,452 tests processed over the last 24 hours.
All three cases arose from 576 tests processed on individuals tested on private initiative, who have a history of recent travel.
The first is an Indian permanent resident of Cyprus, who returned on August 20 and was tested to return to work. He did not have symptoms.
The second is a South African, who came to Cyprus on August 29 and did the test to leave quarantine after 12 days.
The third is a Cypriot permanent resident of England, who came to Cyprus to visit his family on September 5. On September 7, he developed symptoms of the virus and was tested.
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