Report: Cyprus downgrades Israel, will demand tourists present virus test

As infections in Israel rise, Cyprus is no longer enthusiastic about Israeli tourists returning to the island, Channel 12 reports.

The report says Cyprus has downgraded Israel from A to B in its three risk categories.

It says Israelis flying to Cyprus will need to provide results from a coronavirus tests carried out 72 hours before the flight, showing a negative result.

Beachgoers walk along the shore during sunset on an empty stretch of at Makrinissos in Cyprus’ seaside resort of Ayia Napa, May 17, 2020. (Petros Karadjias/AP)

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