Cyprus is launching the drug availability process used against COVID-19.

TURIN, ITALY - 2020/03/10: A pharmacist wearing a respiratory mask holds a bag with medicines. The Italian government puts the whole country on lockdown as Italy is battling the world's second-most deadly COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak after China. (Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)

The Cyprus Drug and Drug Control Committee decided to put in place procedures whereby hospitals will be provided with the necessary amount of drugs used to fight COVID-19.

This was announced by the Minister of Health Konstantinos Ioannou, in accordance with the recommendations of the advisory committee of experts.

John, speaking at a press conference on Monday March 30, during which he also announced the tightening of restrictive measures to curb the outbreak of coronavirus, made it clear that “at this stage there is no approved treatment for coronavirus.”

At the same time, he said that a protocol was issued in respect of medicines used in public hospitals, according to which the availability and sufficient availability of medicines that can be used in the fight against coronavirus will be ensured.