The Egyptian Armed Forces carried out the fourth sterilization round in Cairo.
The Egyptian Armed Forces carried out the third sterilization round during the partial curfew hours in Cairo and Alexandria.
President Sisi checked upon the Egyptian Armed Forces elements and equipment assisting the civilian sector in combating COVID-19.
Work sites, offices and workers’ buses, restaurants and places of residence were disinfected, Minister Assem al-Gazzar said, as part of precautionary measures to protect workers in the new city and in other projects nationwide.
That was during the partial curfew hours.
No coronavirus cases inside Egyptian prisons have so far reported.
During curfew hours, the Egyptian Armed Forces sterilized sites and streets that are subject to visitor density in Downtown and Old Cairo neighborhoods.
As many as 28 cruise ships in Upper Egypt’s Aswan were cleaned and sterilized throughout the current week, the deputy health minister in the city said, as Egypt has so far reported almost 500 coronavirus cases and 24 deaths.
Youth in many cities nationwide have organized initiatives to help clean and sterilize streets and facilities, to face the spread of the novel coronavirus, as Egypt has so far confirmed the infection of 294 cases and the death of ten.
On Saturday, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ordered a temporary closure to schools and universities in Egypt. Prime Minster Mostafa Madbouly on Monday said Egypt will be suspending flights in all airports starting March 19 until March 31.
The sterilization of mummies discovered in Tuna el-Gebel area in Minya governorate has been completed