About Cyprus Med Prices

In Cyprus, the government set a MAXIMUM price at which retailers can sell drugs. Periodically, this list is updated, and it is this list which is presented here. The med prices shown here are the maximum you should be charged for buying medicine in Paphos, Cyprus. Please note, however, that this list is not a stock list. Not every chemist will have every item shown on this list.

Maximum Med Price List for Cyprus. Current 0n 15th November 2019

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Mainly fine today, showers forecast for tomorrow

A weak northeasterly stream of air is affecting the area.

Monday will be mainly fine however there will be increased cloud at intervals which early in the afternoon may lead to scattered rain in the mountains and in the southwest and at time snow or sleets in the higher Troodos peaks.