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CAIRO - 8 April 2020: Several Egyptians who returned from London and quarantined in a hotel at Cairo International Airport organized an initiative to donate to Tahya Misr Fund in gratitude for shouldering the cost of the quarantine and its support of the fight against the coronavirus.
One of the Egyptian returnees contacted the fund and expressed the wish of the Egyptian returnees from London to donate to the fund.
The Egyptians hailed efforts exerted by Egypt to bring them back home and protect them from the repercussions of the coronavirus.
In April 2, "The State-owned airlines EgyptAir operated on Thursday an exceptional flight to Heathrow Airport to bring back the Egyptian nationals stranded in London," said the company in a statement.
On March 31, the company operated another exceptional flight to bring back the Egyptians who wished to leave London.
The company operated a number of exceptional flights to bring Egyptian nationals back home after Egypt suspended the international aviation on March 19 until April 14, 2020, amid the state’s protective measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
All arrivals from abroad will be quarantined for 14-28 days, according to the latest measures announced by the Cabinet. Hundreds of Egyptian expatriates returned home from many countries including the United Kingdom, the United States of America, some European countries, and other Arab states.