Two members of the British military have tested positive for coronavirus in Cyprus.
The male and female service members, who are permanently based at RAF Akrotiri, are in self-isolation at the base and are currently displaying mild symptoms of COVID-19, according to British Forces Cyprus.
The two flew into Paphos Airport from the UK on 13 March, and were tested for coronavirus after symptoms developed.
They have been in self-isolation since showing symptoms of COVID-19.
All passengers arriving into RAF Akrotiri will undergo a screening process with "appropriate" action being taken where necessary.
"We want to reassure everyone that we have a robust plan to protect our people," a British Forces Cyprus statement continued.
Every UK national who arrives into British bases in Cyprus will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
Nearly 6,000 British military personnel and their dependents are based in Cyprus.
All non-essential travel, military exercises and large gatherings have been stopped in the Sovereign Base Areas.
Cover image: Library image of RAF Akrotiri (Picture: MOD).