The Ministry of Health and Population announced Saturday that 900,000 people have got vaccinated, and that more than 45 percent of hospitals' capacity is ready to receive COVID-19 patients.
Abdel Fattah in remarks to media said the severity of this coronavirus wave will ease during the upcoming days.
In a Cabinet meeting, Zayed said 5,845 coronavirus cases have been recorded this week compared to only 1,248 on the same week last year.
Presidential Advisor for Health Affairs Mohamed Tag El-Din said seven field hospitals are ready to receive coronavirus patients if required, denying any shortage in beds allocated for coronavirus patients.
Megahed said Thursday had the largest turnout in terms of vaccination, adding that the ministry seeks to increase the vaccination centers due to the large turnout by citizens and health workers.
Egypt registered on Tuesday 432 new coronavirus cases, upping the total number of confirmed cases to 117,156, according to a statement released by Health Ministry.
As many as 98 patients were discharged from isolation hospitals after receiving necessary medical care, taking the number of recovered cases to 102,201 so far, the spokesman said.
Egypt's Health Ministry said in a Wednesday statement that 329 new coronavirus cases were detected, upping the total number of confirmed cases in Egypt since the beginning of the outbreak to 111,613.
Egypt's Health Ministry said late on Wednesday that 153 new coronavirus cases were detected, upping the total number of confirmed cases since the outbreak in the country began to 107,030.
The Egyptian Health Ministry said late on Wednesday that 154 new coronavirus cases and 13 deaths due to the novel virus were reported.
This is the highest daily count recorded by the northeastern African country.
338 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Egypt recently, bringing the total number of cases to 10,431, the Health Ministry said in a statement, amid calls for imposing a total curfew during the coming weeks.
This brings the total number of cases and deaths to 9,400 and 525 deaths respectively since the crisis started, according to the official figures.
Ministry Spokesperson Khaled Megahed said that the number of deaths rose to 19 after five people, including four Egyptians and an Indian, died from the virus, noting that a total of recovered cases rose to 96 so far.
The Malaysian Judiciary is looking at some of the complaints that some Malaysian companies filed against Qatar for not paying their dues.