Egypt’s Giza Pyramids, Saladin Citadel light up in blue, orange to celebrate World Hepatitis Day

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Thu, 29 Jul 2021 - 09:01 GMT

Egypt’s Giza pyramids and Saladin Citadel lit up in blue and orange to celebrate the World Hepatitis Day on Wednesday- press photo

Egypt’s Giza pyramids and Saladin Citadel lit up in blue and orange to celebrate the World Hepatitis Day on Wednesday- press photo

 
CAIRO – 29 July 2021: Egypt’s Giza pyramids and Saladin Citadel lit up in blue and orange to celebrate World Hepatitis Day on Wednesday, announced the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in a statement.
 
The event, which was held in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Health, also celebrates the eradication of hepatitis C disease in Egypt after applying the presidential health campaign “100 Million Seha.”
 
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The country has been praised worldwide for its treatment program that seeks to eliminate the disease after it has been one of Egypt’s significant public health challenges. Hep. C comes as part of Egypt’s Egypt’s 2030 sustainable development vision, rendering Egypt a role model for other countries facing the same challenge.
 
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For many years, Hep. C was one of Egypt’s most significant public health challenges, with an estimated 8-10 million persons or 10 percent of the population living with the infection.
 
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