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This is necessary to achieve compliance with the wearing of masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19
DNA vaccine like CoVAXIX “induce cell immunity” preparing human immune system to fight coronavirus by exposing it to a small part of the virus’ surface
Egypt reports 912 new COVID-19 cases and 89 fatalities
Egypt resumed international flights on July 1 afte 3-month halt, amid a “coexistence plan” to maintain anti-COVID-19 precautionary measures while resuming economic activities
The U.S. state of Florida reported 15,299 new coronavirus cases Sunday, shattering not only its own previous single-day records, but also those of any other state as the pandemic continued to rage in the country. The mind-boggling number brought the total infections to 269,811 in the Sunshine State, with the death toll reaching 4,346, according …
Egypt announced its first confirmed COVID-19 case on Feb. 14 and the first death from the highly infectious virus on March 8
Egypt confirms 1,025 new COVID-19 cases, 75 fatalities on Wednesday
Investments attracted by startups in H1 2020 rose 35% on comparative period in 2019
The country reported 1,218 new COVID-19 infections, the lowest since June 19, raising the total cases registered since mid-February to 75,253
Egypt’s coffee shops reopen after 3-month coronavirus lockdown
There are about 2 million coffee shops in Egypt, 150,000 of which are in Cairo, according to CAPMAS.
As we head into Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Day on 27 June, Google compiled five Google Maps tips anyone can use to help small businesses during the pandemic.
Rania Genena, a mother to a one-year-old baby boy and 5.5-year-old son and works as Quality Manager for FieldCore in Cairo, started working from home in line with the company’s office response plan to ensure the safety of its employees. Rania’s husband, Essam, works as a video cameraman for BBC Arabia.
Africa CDC said that some 102,846 people who were infected with COVID-19 had recovered across the continent so far.
The funny thing is, something as small as the coronavirus, something unseen, something untouchable or able to be smelt has locked us all in our houses. It has made the world lose economically, money, and socially, the lives of citizens.
This state of confusion remained in place until many governments decided to close all playhouses as a preventive measure to limit the spread of the virus. This crisis is one of the most difficult challenges that world theatre has faced in its history.
Consumption of music streaming declined overall throughout Ramadan, with more people turning to religious content in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Morocco
Automotive companies must switch from traditional to digital marketing to deal with social, economic changes due to COVID-19, says El Naggar
Rafaela Valenzuela, the Spanish government delegate in Cordoba, criticized the Belgian prince and others at the party, saying they were “completely irresponsible.”
Egypt’s total confirmed cases up to 23,449 with 5,693 recoveries
Most major airlines will shrink or merge with others, whilst smaller airlines may go bankrupt, says former ETF chairperson
Friday prayer to be allowed in Kingdom, except Mecca, starting 31 May
Mental health support was provided to 420 COVID-19 cases at quarantine hospitals
Health Ministry allocates isolation hospital to mental health patients with coronavirus
Public transport operators in Ghana have been ensuring social distancing by reducing number of commuters and that passengers wear face masks
Service uses chatbot technology and AI to enable testing for the hearing impaired
Ministry of Health reports 745 new cases, 21 new fatalities with 14,229 total infections of COVID-19 in Egypt
No country can solve the coronavirus crisis alone, we must act together,” said Merkel in her video message at the World Health Organization’s meeting
We moved quickly to preserve economic gains since launch of national economic reform programme, says CBE
As of Saturday morning, 240,161 people have tested positive for the COVID-19 in the UK
The total number of confirmed cases in Turkey has climbed to 148,067 while the death toll surged to 4,096