387 people in Egypt tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) recently, making one of the highest daily counts in Egypt, and 17 people died with the novel virus, the Health Ministry said on Wednesday.
Egypt Reports Highest Daily Increase of COVID-19 Cases As Quarantine Hospitals Reach Maximum Capacity
In its daily report, the Egyptian Ministry of Health announced 388 new COVID-19 cases, the highest daily increase since the beginning of the outbreak. The total number of coronavirus cases reported by the country has risen to 7201. The ministry also reported 16 new deaths, bringing the total number of Egypt’s …
Two exceptional flights reportedly took off from Cairo International Airport earlier today to evacuate Egyptians stranded in Kuwait since the suspension of air travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Youm7 reports. The flights, operated by EgyptAir, are set to return tonight.
Kuwaiti security forces broke up a riot by Egyptian workers seeking repatriation who were being held in shelters dedicated for those in violation of the Gulf Arab state’s residency laws, the Ministry of Interior said on Monday, Reuters reports.
Egypt on Sunday confirmed 272 new coronavirus cases, bringing the country’s number of confirmed total cases so far to 6,465.
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Egypt is charting a way out of its coronvirus lockdown, adopting a plan to “coexist” with the pandemic despite a spike in Covid-19 cases and deaths in recent days.
Egypt recorded, Thursday 269 new coronavirus cases and 12 deaths, which raises the total infected patients of COVID-19 to 5,537 and the total deaths to 392 according to Health Minster’s daily briefing.
Egypt’s Health Minister Hala Zayed reviewed the ministry’s plan to fulfill the state’s strategy based on coexistence with the novel virus in the coming period, as the end of the crisis is not yet in sight.