The World Health Organization comments on the epidemiological situation of the Coronavirus in Egypt: Under control

Dr. Abdel Nasser Abu Bakr, Director of the Infection Risk Preparedness Unit, WHO for the Eastern Mediterranean, said that the epidemiological situation of Coronavirus in Egypt is stable and under control, and simple cases are not being reported.

He added during the press conference held now for the organization’s office in the Eastern Mediterranean Region that the average daily cases in Egypt reach 100 cases infected with Coronavirus and continued: The number of deaths is low and normal, adding that a number of cases are booked in hospitals to receive health care and continued: The number of cases recorded daily Last August, there were 144 cases of corona in Egypt.

The WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean called on the media to participate remotely in a video conference on the developments of the Covid-19 pandemic in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, focusing on the region’s priorities and the urgent steps that should be taken on Thursday.

The press conference included a briefing on the developments in the regional situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, the increasing trend of cases of infection, and measures that should be taken urgently during the winter months, and answering media professionals’ questions.

Dr. Rana Al-Hujjah, Director of Program Management, WHO Eastern Mediterranean, Dr. Abdel Nasser Abu Bakr, Director of the Infection Risk Preparedness Unit, WHO Eastern Mediterranean, Dr. Pierre Nepeth, Director of the Information Management Program, Emergency Program, WHO Eastern Mediterranean participated in the conference. .


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