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PCR testing to identify COVID-19 cases: What is Egypt’s policy?
Rana Mamdouh | The availability of testing appears to vary across government sectors, the medical community
Popular markets without people
Nada Arafat | Heba, a mother of five boys, also works as a produce vendor in the village market in Gharbiya.
From the COVID-19 operations room: How has the Health Ministry handled the ‘war’?
Hossam Bahgat | Everything changed on March 6, the day the health minister returned to Egypt.
Egypt confirms 2nd coronavirus case, coordinates with China and Saudi Arabia as officials criticize gov’t response
MP Magdy Morshid says that the gov't has not treated the virus as an emerging global pandemic.
Coronavirus quarantine in Marsa Matrouh for China evacuees, sources say doctors, nurses tricked into the assignment
A medical source said the ministry had assured doctors the assignment was unrelated to coronavirus
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
Daily COVID-19 roundup: May 12
The new memo wanrs medical staff will face legal action if they do not adhere to the new regulations
On world suicide prevention day, a story of oppression and despair in Egypt
Omnia El Barbari | “Suicide of a worker in Salam for failing to provide for his children.”“Worker hangs himself in
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