The first decision was issued last year within the framework of the comprehensive state plan to protect citizens from any possible repercussions of the Corona virus and provide the needs of hospitals and medical facilities with the oxygen necessary to provide medical service.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on February 16.
Three days ago, the German Foreign Ministry released a statement, calling the Egyptian government to ensure “to ensure that Mr El-Baqer receives a fair trial and is released, along with his co-defendants Alaa Abdel Fattah and Mohamed Ibrahim.”
A shipment of 150,000 liters of oxygen arrived at Safaga airport coming from Saudi Arabia.
The Health Ministry monitors the system of medical oxygen supply every six hours at hospitals, hospital beds and intensive care units as well as the situation at quarantine hospitals, according to a Wednesday statement.
With hashtag #مستشفي_الحسينيه, social media users on twitters and Facebook published photos and videos for the dead patients, including a young man and an elderly man. Photos of a female doctor panicked when the medical personnel failed to rescue the patients.
A bag of chips that’s half full of air is probably annoying enough to rank right between hitting a chair with your toe and being stuck in traffic, but for a good cause.