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Still, non-Saudi citizens should spend at least 14 days outside the countries identified as places where the new COVID-19 strain has broken out before entry
Those caught not wearing face masks in public areas to be fined EGP 50 starting Sunday in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus pandemic
Videos circulated on Social Media showing scores of people gathered on Alexandria’s iconic Stanley Bridge to mark the end of 2020 amid COVID-19
Egypt has witnessed a sudden spike in virus infections in recent weeks. It reported 1,418 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, raising the total to 138,062
ECA said that, according to an initial study, CHG proposed acquisition of Alameda would create a monopoly in the Egyptian healthcare market.
All precautionary measures against COVID-19 were in place during initiative
The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has become the second coronavirus vaccine approved for use in Britain following the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Another 414 have died within 28 days of a positive test, bringing the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in Britain to 71,567, the data showed.
Egypt’s Ministry of Finance has signed contracts to purchase 30 million doses of Astra Zeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and 20 million doses of another vaccine
The survey focused on expectations for the new year, 2021, particularly as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues.
Chinese investments in Egypt exceed $7.7bn in November: Ambassador Liao Liqiang
Meanwhile, Pfizer said in a statement that it “will closely monitor all reports suggestive of serious allergic reactions following vaccination.”
The military has previously helped organise COVID-19 mass testing in Liverpool, and more recently in Kent to clear the backlog of lorries
Since the rolling out of two COVID-19 vaccines nationwide earlier this month, frontline healthcare workers have been the primary focus to get vaccinated.
South African president said a country-wide curfew would be extended from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Businesses such as restaurants and bars would all close at 8 p.m.
The most affected countries by coronavirus in Africa include South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, and Ethiopia, respectively, according to the Africa CDC
Proposed merger deal values both entities almost equally
It took two weeks for South Africa to reach 900,000 from 800,000 coronavirus cases. However, it took only nine days to reach the 1 million mark
EGP 50 fine to be applied immediately to all violators who do not apply COVID-19 precautionary measures and do not wear face masks, starting 3 January
Total of 251 doctors have so far died from COVID-19, with about 10,000 others infected
Public Health Agency increased its efforts to monitor new coronavirus strain and aims to test everyone who has arrived in Sweden from the UK since October
The first round of vaccination campaign will be done in Nsama, according to the Zambia News and Information Service (ZANIS).
To bring life back to normal, countries such as Britain, China, Germany, Russia and the US are racing against time to develop coronavirus vaccines.
South Africa currently has the most coronavirus cases, which hit 983,359. The country also has the highest number of COVID-19 deaths at 26,276
Five strains of virus have developed in Egypt since start of pandemic
The most affected African countries in terms of positive cases include South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, and Tunisia, figures from the Africa CDC showed.
Health experts have called for halting flights from concerned states to Lebanon to prevent new COVID-19 variant, but no such measures have been taken yet.
Egypt had signed contracts to purchase 30 million doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, in addition to 20 million doses of another vaccine
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly has directed for medical supplies to be made available at hospitals, amid a rise in cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Egypt’s Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar has directed for 25 university isolation hospitals to reopen to receive patients requiring treatment for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).