COVID-19

UNIC Coronavirus Health and Research Portal

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UNIC COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool

UNIC COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool

Determine whether you are a suspected COVID-19 case and find out on what to do next, or understand the next steps if you are a confirmed COVID-19 case and in self-isolation.

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COVID-19 Contact Points

COVID-19 Contact Points

Useful phone numbers, contact information and resources during the current COVID-19 crisis.

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UNIC Healthy Living

UNIC Healthy Living

Healthy Lifestyle Tips and Resources During Social Distancing, by the University of Nicosia.

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UNIC Research & Analysis

UNIC Research & Analysis

Research and analysis relating to the COVID-19 current crisis, by University of Nicosia faculty.

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UNIC in the Press

UNIC in the Press

UNIC faculty interviews, commentary and contributions in the media about the COVID-19 crisis.

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Government Announcements

Government Announcements

Recent Ministry of Health and other government announcements about the COVID-19 crisis.

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Featured: COVID-19 Diagnostic Tool

This online tool has been developed by the University of Nicosia Primary Care Centre.

It can determine whether you are a suspected COVID-19 case and instruct you on what to do next, or outline the next steps if you are a confirmed COVID-19 case and in self-isolation.

Check Your Symptoms

COVID-19 Mortality Project

C-MOR – Research consortium and platform for monitoring overall and cause-specific mortality resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Epidemiology Team at the University of Nicosia Medical School is leading an international initiative aimed at conducting a comparative study on the direct and indirect mortality burden of COVID-19 since the start of the epidemic.

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Airborne Droplet Transmission Research

According to a University of Nicosia paper published in Physics of Fluids, a mild cough occurring in low wind speeds of 4-15 km/h can propel saliva droplets for up to 6m.

Airborne transmission of viruses, like COVID-19, is not well understood, but a good baseline for study is a deeper understanding of how particles travel through the air when people cough.

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