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In a tweet on his official account, the president said that he discussed important developments in the Arab region with the crown prince. Discussions also focused on ways to enhance cooperation between the two countries to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Ministry of Irrigation obtains $2m grant from Green Climate Fund
Citizens should leave work earlier to avoid overcrowd says the minister.
Egypt now has capacity to conduct up to 200,000 tests, says WHO
Closures come as Egyptians head to beaches ignoring government’s social distancing instructions
Around 54,948 buildings sterilised, shops closed for violating health requirements: Ministry of Local Development
Al Zanati said the reduction of teachers and cutting their income in such exceptional circumstances is considered a crime. He added that the syndicate will defend teachers in every legal way, whilst also supporting them against the actions of private school owners.
Al-Sisi calls upon G-20 to relieve debts on African nations
Researchers and innovators are encouraged to present solutions improving health care capacities to combat COVID-19.
Spain’s COVID-19 death toll surpasses China, global deaths exceed 20,000
“Students are not always dedicated in normal classroom lectures, so it’s difficult to let them shoulder all the responsibility,” says university lecturer
Both Egypt and Kuwait have already halted flights with the outside world as part of precautions to contain the spread of the new coronavirus.
Press Syndicate President Diaa Rashwan said in a Monday statement that the decision aims to protect Egyptian journalists and their families.
Dozens of residents pray together from balconies, windows to save people from pandemic
36 new coronavirus cases reported in Egypt, raising the country’s total to 402
Egypt has taken several measures on economic, medical, social, educational levels
Researcher calls on scientists not to skip animal testing phase
More than 400 doctors offer urgent medical consultations for residents on Facebook
Al-Sisi called upon citizens to abide by governmental measures to curb the virus spread
Coronavirus infected cases can turn into thousands in the coming days if citizens do not abide by instructions,’ President says
As part of the first phase of the presidential initiative “Decent Life,” Minister of Local Development Mahmoud Shaarawy and Minister of Housing Assem El-Gazzar attended on Sunday the signing of two cooperation protocols to establish the projects.
Nile River is not owned by anyone, but rather joint ownership of several countries
Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Ahmed Hafez said Issoufou hailed Egypt’s efforts in GERD negotiations, as the meeting tackled Egypt’s attempts to reach a fair agreement that achieve the interests of the three concerned countries (Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia).
Coptic Orthodox Church shut down churches; Endowments Ministry halts all public prayers
Mosques, Churches to shut down; army disinfects governmental facilities
“I will submit plans for medical treatment, disability, and orphans, as they the most important files,” says Atteya
Church halts all education services and theology schools but keeps daily Mass
Shoukry on African tour comprising South Africa, Tanzania, DR Congo, South Sudan, Niger, and Rwanda
EMS cancelled annual ceremony as cabinet halts events, public gatherings in a bid to contain disease spread
Despite the intervention of many international actors, Ethiopia insists on prevarication, ignoring that the Nile River is the lifeline of Egypt and that any aggression on it or any attempt to stop its flow is an attack on Egypt’s life, development, and security.