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AP: Crossing points reopen in divided Cyprus as Covid-19 numbers drop

 Αssociated Press reports from Nicosia that ethnically split Cyprus took a key step toward a return to its routine rhythms of life amid the pandemic on Friday when nine crossing points along a United Nations-controlled buffer zone were reopened, enabling ordinary Cypriots to cross the divide.
A trickle of people began crossing on foot at the checkpoint along Ledra Street, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare that bisects the medieval center of the capital, Nicosia. Most of the crossing points are open to vehicles, but everyone crossing either northward or southward must display a negative COVID-19 test taken in the previous seven days.
Officials said the openings became possible after a significant drop in confirmed coronavirus cases on both sides.
Read more at thenationalherald.com
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Original article: AP: Crossing points reopen in divided Cyprus as Covid-19 numbers drop.

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