Cypriot governor and NBIM chief executive contract Covid-19

Herodotou and Tangen become latest central bank officials to test positive for the virus


The governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus and the chief executive of Norges Bank Investment Management have become the latest senior central bank official to contract the Covid-19 virus.

In a statement on Twitter, Constantinos Herodotou announced he tested positive for the virus following contact tracing. During his isolation period, the governor said he would continue to work from home.

In late November, newly appointed NBIM chief Nicolai Tangen similarly announced he had contracted the

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