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Here’s how the government wants us to coexist with COVID-19
Rana Mamdouh | The government made an about-face in strategy on April 23.
After spike in infections among medical staff, doctors halt work at recently designated quarantine site until demands met
"Swabs are only for those who’ll work. If you’re not going to work, go home."
How COVID-19 broke out at the National Cancer Institute
Rana Mamdouh | The institute's dean and director have given conflicting statements on the source of the outbreak.
Your guide to coronavirus in Egypt
Rana Mamdouh | Our guide to help you navigate the COVID-19 pandemic in Egypt.
A new healthcare system in Port Said
Mona Selim | Ultimately, the government would have to cover the health insurance costs of 30 million people
From the Kofta Machine to 100 Million Health Lives: Egypt’s success in stemming hepatitis C
Mohamed Ashraf Abu Emaira and Mohamed Hamama | Egypt’s journey from the spread of hepatitis C to the beginning of its decline
One resignation after another: Why are doctors disappearing from government hospitals?
Mohamed Hamama | Recent months have seen a spike in the number of Health Ministry doctors requesting unpaid leave or resigning
When it’s the doctors carrying out female circumcision
Pesha Magid | In a surprise development, 2015 saw the conviction of a doctor for performing female circumcision after
An ailing healthcare system
Leyla Doss | Nadine Shams was admitted to a hospital to remove two fibroids, or benign tumours, in her uterus. Basic
1st quarantine hospital halts admission after more than half of staff contracts COVID-19
Angered doctors demand healthcare reform after colleague dies from meningitis
Campaign urges Egyptians to help draft healthcare bill
Rights group criticizes PM’s plan for free emergency medical care
Economy in a week: Funds from Gulf and EU