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Study suggests spatial relationship between COVID-19 mortality and population-level health factors
Madbouly’s remarks came during his participation, on Thursday, in an African Union Bureau meeting in which he confirmed Egypt’s full support for the ambitious initiative to sign partnerships to manufacture COVID-19 vaccines on the African continent.
Hope Consortium can support Egypt in manufacturing vaccines against COVID-19
Ministry receives all requests from low-mobility citizens to receive vaccine at home via hotline 15335
Egyptian Prime Minister inspects COVID-19 vaccination hub at Egypt International Exhibitions Center
Current academic year in Egyptian schools will be completed remotely starting June
Health Ministry carries out awareness campaigns targeting 1 million citizens in 10 governorates during last two weeks
China will send new batch of 500,000 Sinopharm vaccine doses to Egypt before April end
Shoukry calls for support of developing countries with manufacturing capabilities to expand base of vaccine production
This is first of many deliveries that will help US’ strategic partner Egypt beat this pandemic, says Ambassador Jonathan Cohen
Focus of initiative is particularly on developing, African countries
WHO representative praises Egypt’s achievements in eliminating Hepatitis C, controlling chronic diseases
Total of 40 centres allocated nationwide to provide vaccines
African leaders praise role played by Egypt’s President Al-Sisi to advance development, peace in continent
Both vaccines went through necessary evaluation processes in laboratories of Egyptian Drug Authority
Since the rolling out of two COVID-19 vaccines nationwide earlier this month, frontline healthcare workers have been the primary focus to get vaccinated.
Prime Minister Madbouly praises President Al-Sisi’s latest visit to South Sudan
Madbouly has received a report from Bahaa El-Din Zaidan, head of the Egyptian Authority for Unified Procurement, Medical Supply, and Technology Management, in which he reviewed the authority’s follow-up efforts on the production of COVID-19 vaccines around the world.
In a ministry statement on Thursday, Abdel Ghaffar said the four vaccines are among 132 the World Health Organization (WHO) reports are currently under development against the virus.
The partnership, delivered through the InnovFin Advisory programme, will see the EIB provide strategic financial advice and support to CEPI and its members on how best to accelerate vaccine development.
The cabinet added that there is no lack of intensive care equipment for the treatment of the coronavirus at government hospitals, with all units available also fully working.