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Health Ministry deploys 7,000 medical teams in polling stations to offer free face masks, measure temperature of voters
The applications will allow the companies to start taking special administrative and technical procedures toward completing Favipiravir’s registration.
Hardest-hit US state of California recorded 574,673 COVID-19 cases, followed by Florida 536,961 cases, Texas 510,144 cases and New York 422,003 cases.
Hope, however, is gradually returning to the automotive market, with the gradual waning of the pandemic in its strength and the decision to co-exist with the virus.
Surge Minor rise in infections attributed to citizens’ non-commitment to precautionary measures
The donations will see the purchase of equipment including medical gowns, goggles, surgical masks, and other needed medical supplies, and will be carried out in coordination with the Ministry of Health.
The specialised medical equipment will be sent to intensive care units (ICU) at hospitals to support the country’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID–19) pandemic. The donation recognises the strong strategic partnership between the US and Egypt, and the international cooperation efforts that are being carried out to support the global response to the pandemic.
Negelah isolation hospital in Matrouh resumes accepting COVID-19 cases
Nationwide fall in number of daily infections does not mean decrease of tests
From first week of July, the daily coronavirus infections and fatalities in Egypt started to gradually decline along with an increase in daily recoveries.
Outflow of scarce foreign exchange in Africa has to be matched by foreign investments, says CBE Governor
The Southern Africa region is the most affected area in terms of confirmed coronavirus cases, followed by Northern Africa and Western Africa regions
During a cabinet meeting, Madbouly hailed the significant efforts made by the Egyptian government to ensure the secondary school leaving exams (Thanaweyya Amma) were still held, despite the pandemic.
The Africa CDC report showed that the number of deaths related to COVID-19 rose from 21,617 on Thursday to 22,066 on Friday
Egyptian Premier League has faced many crises in the current season, the most notable of which is the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This has caused all sporting events in Egypt, and worldwide, to grind to a halt for the better part of 148 days.
Ministry of Health reports 123 new coronavirus infectionson Wednesday
Over 25% of funds dedicated to women in business and climate action
South Africa is the highest affected African country in terms of positive cases, followed by Egypt, Nigeria, Algeria and Morocco
South African academic experts have established a pregnancy register to evaluate potential harm to pregnant women and their babies caused by COVID-19
The research further established that about 40% of firms in Zambia were seeing a significant drop in revenues due to COVID-19 pandemic
Country records 112 new cases, bringing total number of infections to 94,752
Writing in its recent publication, “The Report: Egypt 2020”, the group added that, despite the disruptive effects of the pandemic on world economies, this trend looks set to continue.
White House has already been testing Trump and Vice President Pence regularly for coronavirus, as well as individuals who come in close contact with them
Egyptian researchers have started developing a COVID-19 vaccine, with experiments on four potential vaccines already underway
In response to rumours, Ambassador Mohamed Al-Rabei says he remains in his position until 2022
Losses caused by COVID-19 up to May are already three times that of 2008 Global Economic Crisis, says UNWTO
Up to 5.8 million tests using DNA and 450,000 swab COVID-19 tests will be distributed to British hospitals, care homes, and laboratories
31 COVID-19 patients died on the same day, bringing death toll to 4,865, while 1,318 others were cured, increasing total recoveries to 42,455
5 patients had succumbed to the disease in the last 24 hours, while 58 patients had recovered from COVID-19, raising total recoveries to 8,477 in Kenya
The death toll from COVID-19 infections in Ghana remained at 182, according to the GHS, with 3,467 active cases, 33,365 recovered and discharged cases