In March, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ratified the Egyptian Health Council Law after the parliament approved it in a plenary session.
The Spanish newspaper "El Confidencial" said that the color white was not always the norm in the medical profession.
The move comes within the framework of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi's directives to support the health sector and young doctors, the CBE said in a statement on Tuesday.
Article 2 of the Egyptian Health Council Law states that the council aims to regulate the fields of health in Egypt.
Nearly 60 days after the clinical trials for COVI-VAX, Egypt’s first coronavirus vaccine, kicked off, Dr. Osama Azmy, the head of the Clinical Trials committee at the National Research Center revealed the health status of the volunteers, and the steps to approve the vaccine.
On May 18 , the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir displayed an artifact that highlights the importance of doctors in ancient Egypt.
The number of coronavirus cases has dropped by 50 percent within a month, including those self-quarantining in homes, Health Minister Hala Zayed said.
Egypt has negotiated with a number of companies developing vaccines, adding that vaccines of Pfizer and Oxford-AstraZeneca will soon be approved in Egypt.
Coronavirus vaccine doses will be provided to the medical staff at quarantine hospitals starting Sunday, January 24, official sources at the Health Ministry told Egypt Today.
Cairo University President Mohamed Othman El Khesht approved the appointment of 129 resident doctors at university hospitals for one renewable year.
As many as 350 coronavirus cases among doctors have been reported, while the Egyptian Medical Syndicate has called on the government to meet some of the demands related to safety and health of the medical teams inside hospitals.
Egypt Today provides information on this support.
The investigation has been launched upon President Sisi’s directives.
As yet, the number of doctors who died from the COVID-19 reached 19 physicians, while the number of the infected doctors registered more than 350.
This makes him the ninth doctor to die from the novel virus in the northeastern African country.
Professional syndicates monitor infection cases and deaths among medical teams or the “White army” as known in the media, in a bid to protect them.
"Professor of Neurosurgery at Al-Azhar University Mahmoud el-Hindawy died of coronavirus," announced Secretary General of Medical Syndicate Ehab el-Tahir.
The Negila Hospital has been the first quarantine hospital in Cairo since the crisis started in Egypt in February.
The Egyptian Medical Syndicate mourned the death of cardiologist Ashraf Adly, who died from the virus in Aswan hospital, Upper Egypt.
The number of infections among the medical staff members in Egypt is likely to increase.