About 70 percent of deaths in Egypt are due to chronic diseases including diabetes, heart disease, stress and cancer according to the World Health Organization official, Randa Abul-Naga
"The world is on the verge of a moral catastrophic failure that will undermine lives and living conditions in poor countries," the WHO director-general showcased.
The number has increased by more than 692,000 over the past day, RT channel reported Friday, citing data from the WHO.
The WHO highlighted the media's role in promoting health awareness among the citizens, saying that people should apply the social distance, do exercises, and eat healthy food.
No vaccines will be administrated until they are carefully tested by the bodies concerned in each country, he said.
she said that people should be vigilant in the coming period, noting that physical distancing is one of the most important means of reducing the spread of the virus.
The minister noted that a team from the World Health Organization (WHO) evaluated the line, and indicated it is ready to start production.
The cabinet’s infograph explains that Egypt recorded 7,000 death cases in 2020, compared to 12,000 cases in 2019.
Minister added that 1,770 people among them were subjected to full research, where 498 were excluded.
Egypt’s Minister of Health Hala Zayed assured that Egypt has a network of 600 hospital across the country prepared to deal with possible rise in infections as part of a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
None of the candidate vaccines in advanced clinical trials so far has demonstrated a "clear signal" of efficacy at the level of at least 50% sought by the WHO.
An online discussion titled 'Violence against Women and the Role of The Media and Social Media' took place last week as part of the British Council’s society program ‘A Safe Campus Community for All’.
Manzary explained that 100 states are participating in the clinical trials, and that a total number of 1.5 million tests for COVID-19 were made available, through WHO, in 129 countries worldwide.
The World Health Organization is broadening its recommendations for the use of masks during the coronavirus pandemic and said Friday it is now advising that in areas where the virus is spreading.
Ministry of Tourism released a video explaining all the precautionary measures taken to protect tourists when hotels operate after a long suspension due to COVID-19 pandemic.
"During this time, almost 4 million people have been infected globally, including almost 300,000 deaths," Al-Mandhari said.
Director of Programme Management for the Eastern Mediterranean at the World Health Organization (WHO) Rana Hajjeh said the coronavirus is not a deadly virus, as 80 percent of the positive cases recovered without treatment.
"Its eradication stands as the greatest public health triumph in history," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a virtual news conference in Geneva.
“These are not just numbers. Every single case is a mother, a father, a son, a daughter, a brother, sister or friend,” he said.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday said it is “assured” that the novel coronavirus, which has turned into a global pandemic, is “natural in origin” -- this as the US is increasingly eyeing a lab in Wuhan.