The fund’s initiative is supporting the ministry’s efforts to supply isolation hospitals.
The virus could cause blood clotting and, consequently, affects the placenta which feeds the baby.
The partial curfew is canceled.
The Egyptian Drug Authority announced signing a deal with AstraZeneca to supply the country with the Oxford University's vaccine for COVID-19.
After trial on 50 Egyptian COVID-19 patients since April, Egypt is set to receive more doses of Avigan that accelerates recovery.
Egypt recorded, Friday, 1,577 new coronavirus cases, upping the total number of confirmed cases to 41,303.
“This undoubtedly requires more health, social and financial care,” Deputy Minister of Health Tariq Tawfiq said.
The Ministry of Health published a video on its official Facebook page explaining the danger of bullying coronavirus patients.
In the midst of a worldwide battle against emotional stress due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Cairo-headquartered Online Mental Health Platform "Shezlong" has raised a new investment to expand its services in the Middle East and North Africa region as well as
Visits have been suspended as a protective measure against COVID-19.
The number of infections has been increasing by 5.4 percent daily, and the percentage of deaths has been 3.9.
Minister of Health and Population and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research held a joint press conference.
Minister of Health and Population Hala Zayed stated Saturday that more than 10,000 PCR tests were carried out for medical staff.
Egypt Today provides information on this support.
Unverified news circulated on social media platforms claiming that the minister self-isolated.
The shipment is larger than the two previous ones .
“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 also recommended keeping the ban on weddings and funerals and suspending universities, schools, kindergartens, and nurseries.
"We know this crisis isn’t going away anytime soon," Gopinath said. "Things can get worse. The health crisis has not been solved."
The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that the first cargo of the medicine will be sent to Egypt.