Egypt’s Cabinet agreed, Sunday to allocate LE 1 billion to confront covid-19 pandemic in the country.
Egypt’s Health Ministry said Sunday night that 871 new coronavirus cases were detected, upping the total number of confirmed infections since the outbreak in the country began to 318,456.
Finance Minister Mohamed Maait said that over 24 billion Egyptian pounds were provided to the health sector to face Covid-19 pandemic and nearly 47 billion Egyptian pounds were allocated to the education sector to support the education system.
That is in addition to 809 recoveries at isolation hospitals.
A ceremony was held on the occasion.
The minister added that Egypt had recently received raw material sufficient to produce 15 million doses.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al Sisi said that Egypt was very keen to settle the sustainable development goals [SDGs] and to merge it in its development programs and policies in all aspects since a very long time.
UK’s Transport Secretary announced, Friday that Egypt among other eight countries would be taken off the red list starting October 4th.
That is in addition to 498 recoveries at isolation hospitals.
In August, Spokesperson of the Cabinet Nader Saad said that coronavirus vaccination would be mandatory for everyone involved in the educational process.
Egypt to announce a children-intended treatment protocol ageist COVID-19 next week according to Dr. Hossam Hosny, the head for the scientific committee to combat Corona at the Ministry of Health and Population.
Egypt’s Prime minster Mostafa Madbouli said, Monday that the government noticed that Egyptians started to abandon COVID-19 precautionary measures.
The World Health Organization [WHO] called on prioritizing vaccinating teachers against COVID-19 all around the world.
Also, in just 72 hours, the number of applications on travel vaccination tripled.
There are also 311 recoveries.
There are also 153 recoveries.
Egypt’s Health Minster Hala Zayed said, Monday that 15 million doses of the locally-manufactured Sinovac vaccine will be distributed to medical centers all over the country starting, Tuesday.
There are also 211 recoveries at isolation hospitals.
In July, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli announced that Egypt had produced one million doses of Sinovac vaccine.
The official added that at some point vaccination may become mandatory among all those who are part of the educational process at the tertiary education level.