Tag el-Din added that the fourth wave in Egypt has not ended yet, noting it is still not so bad, which has allowed schools to operate normally.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi pays a great deal of attention to supporting Egypt’s African brothers in all fields, Minister of Health Hala Zayed said Monday in Uganda.
The screening consists of 19 tests.
The deal is worth LE3 billion.
The meeting included Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli, and the ministers of finance, public enterprise, and social solidarity.
The strategy consists of four sections that encompass multiple areas of concern.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi was handed the report, titled "Development: A Right for All, Egypt’s Pathways and Prospects."
The official underlined that the sum is six times that of FY2015/2016, which is the launching year.
Egypt recorded Monday 107 COVID-19 infections, and six deaths as well as 136 recoveries at isolation hospitals.
Further, some hospitals have been entirely allocated to emergencies.
The health sector in 2021/2022 is expected to have a budget 16.27 percent higher than that of the year before, highlighting Egypt’s keenness on improving health conditions for patients and staff.
The president asked the minister to prepare studies necessary to introduce more kidney transplant centers.
It is noted that the healthcare's share in the FY2020/2021 budget was initially worth LE93.5 billion.
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development issued a report on what was achieved within the Citizen Investment Plan in Daqahlia in FY2018/2019 and FY2019/2020.
Lawah also announced in a press statement Friday that a committee will be formed from the Palestinian diplomatic mission to receive the injured and coordinate their treatment with Egypt's Health Ministry.
The official added that the COVID-19 variation that appeared in India has not yet been detected in Egypt.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli received Monday the anti-COVID-19 vaccine one day after the president did within the national campaign targeting the vaccination of citizens.
Khalifa urged the 3.7 million Egyptian private enterprises – employing 25 million workers - to take benefit of the 11 MoUs signed by both countries on April 19.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi held a meeting Sunday to determine the executive status of establishing an integrated system for prosthetics production.
It was prepared by the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development in cooperation with the "Macroeconomic Reform and Stability" project funded by the United States Agency for International Development.