The ministry issued on Thursday the guidelines on the ways of disposal of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) waste in several sectors.
The next stages of the Red Sea Clean Reefs Campaign will be carried out on a larger scale.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation declared Monday that the initiative will be introduced in Damietta and Kafr Al Sheikh governorates.
The used gloves and face masks should be washed with water and soap for 20 seconds, and then be cut into small parts to prevent re-using them. Finally, it is safe to dispose of them inside a plastic bag.
“It is better to turn off the tap when you wash your hands with soap and re-open it only when needed,” the ministry said
The ministry noted it sends a specialized team periodically to inspect the Nile to ensure that there is no waste disposed of by the industrial complexes, especially the sugar factories.
Minister of Environment Yasmine Fouad presented a report on the ministry’s strategy to combat coronavirus from March 31 until present time.
The ministry has been informed that a citizen in Dahab city, South Sinai, has the vulture in his house.
The project aims to follow up on the quantity of waste emerging from each health facility, the timing of transporting it to treatment plants and the safe disposal of this waste.
The used gloves and face mask should be washed with water and soap for 20 seconds, and then be cut into small parts.
The temperature in Cairo is expected to increase by six degrees Celsius to reach 35 degrees, while Alexandria will see a high of 31 and a low of 19.
PRC tests will be carried out for employees of the ministry returning from other countries.
The minister added that appropriate solutions in cooperation with stakeholders and business partners are needed.
World Bank's VP Diop urgedt governments to adopt a holistic approach in order to achieve road safety goal.
The participants painted the old tires of vehicles with beautiful colors to make them as shelters for the newly-planted trees from strong winds
One million collectors remove a total of 16,000 tons of garbage a day from Cairo, said head of the Garbage Collectors’ Syndicate.
Egyptian tortoises, mountain gazelle,Sinai tigers, cheetah, Nubian ibex and Barbary sheep are the most vulnerable animals to extinction.
The volunteers can contact the ministry on hotline 19808 from 8:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. (Cairo Time), while on public holidays, the service is available until 3:00 p.m.
These measures aim at improving air quality, and supporting efforts to monitor and improve air quality.
The initiative focuses on the youth’s role in protecting their environment.