Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities to announce new discovery via internet on April 18

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Thu, 16 Apr 2020 - 12:25 GMT

Pictures of excavation works in the presence of Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Anani - Social media/Anani official Instagram

Pictures of excavation works in the presence of Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Anani - Social media/Anani official Instagram

CAIRO - 16 April 2020: Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Anani confirmed that he will announce a new archeological discovery next Saturday, April 18, for the first time via the internet.

Anani uploaded a set of pictures with excavation workers in the Saqqara archaeological area on his Instagram account.

“Excavation work continues, and excavation workers maintain safe distances between them. In celebration of the World Heritage Day, we will announce for the first time a new archaeological excavation via the internet, next Saturday. Enjoy the new discovery from home. #StayHome,” commented the Egyptian minister of tourism and antiquities on one of the pictures.

Anani inspected the sterilization and disinfection work in a hotel in Cairo on April 15, in continuation of the preventive measures taken by the state to combat the novel coronavirus.

The minister also inspected the hotel’s precautionary measures in the lobby and in areas such the restaurant, swimming pools, hotel corridors, and guest rooms, as well as the kitchens.

Moreover, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has completed the disinfection of all floating and fixed hotels in Luxor and Aswan and those located in Greater Cairo, Giza, Alexandria and Port Said.

Assistant Minister for Control of Tourism and Hotel Establishments Abdel Fattah el-Assi clarified that the sterilization of 130 out of 170 hotels in Sharm El-Sheikh, and of 244 out of 260 hotels in Hurghada, has been completed.

He pointed out that the sterilization and disinfection works are being carried out in cooperation with the Hotel Establishments Chamber according to the standards approved by the World Health Organization, and under the supervision of the Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population.

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Pictures of excavation works in the presence of Egypt’s Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Khaled el-Anani - Social media/Anani official Instagram

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