Egypt The increasing number of infections leads to proposals for a partial ban – Covid-19

Broad warnings recently issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Health about the “danger of the third wave”, as it is more severe than the first and second waves, according to what was confirmed by the Minister of Health and Population Dr. Hala Zayed, who stressed that the number of injuries in the month of April around the world witnessed remarkable increases, and that Egypt is witnessing an increase Daily minor injuries but persistent.

Faced with these warnings, Cairo witnessed separate calls to impose a “partial ban” with the increasing rates of infection with the virus around the world, while an Egyptian health official warned of the possibility that the country would be forced to “close” if the procedures were not adhered to and the infection rates increased.

The advisor to the Egyptian President for Health Affairs, Dr. Mohamed Awad Taj Al-Din, said that failure to adhere to preventive measures against the Coronavirus may force the state to take a “closure” decision, warning of the seriousness of that scenario, and said that the health of citizens is a priority.

In parallel, Taj El-Din talked about the Egyptian state’s keenness to balance between preserving the health of citizens and their economic situation, referring to the failure to take a decision to close in order to preserve the interests of citizens and their economic situation, with an emphasis on the need to follow preventive measures, but if the procedures are not adhered to, this leads to the closure scenario .

In the context, Egyptian Senate Representative Mahmoud Sami called for a partial ban, especially in the coming days, which witness several official holidays, and the risks of overcrowding and congestion increase with them. The deputy also called on the Minister of Health to meet with representatives of the people in the Senate and the House of Representatives; To present the real situation of the third wave “Corona”, and to fully explain the situation regarding the special measures to confront it, while explaining the extent of the hospitals’ preparedness, according to a statement issued by Wednesday. This call comes in light of “the increasing number of injuries in Egypt.”

The Egyptian parliamentarian, head of the Egyptian Democratic Party’s parliamentary body in the Senate, called for the citizens to be given signs that indicate a real danger. He indicated that the partial ban would send a strong message to citizens about the seriousness of the situation.

The Egyptian Cabinet approved, in its last meeting, measures related to “preventing any celebrations or public events, with the need to deal decisively with commercial centers and cafes that violate the implementation of precautionary decisions to confront the virus, and to close them immediately”, in light of the measures taken in order to confront an increase Injuries.

The Egyptian parliamentarian, Youssef El-Shazly, considered those decisions and the apparent increase in infection rates as a “warning bell” in order to respond to the instructions and preventive measures, until the end of the crisis.

The interests of the Egyptians

In the middle of last week, the Egyptian Minister of Health said, during a press conference, that the ban decision is related to the decisions of the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management headed by the Prime Minister and a number of ministers, and not the decision of the Ministry of Health alone, explaining that there are measures taken against non-compliant economic establishments. She also noted that the Egyptian state did not turn to complete closure, as happened in other countries, in order to preserve the interests of citizens.

Egypt is witnessing extensive security campaigns, in cooperation between the Ministries of Local Development and the Interior, in order to control violations of the precautionary measures, starting with individuals who are not obligated to wear protective masks and impose a fine imposed on them, especially in public transportation, and even institutions that are not committed to sterilization procedures, opening and closing dates, as well as the occupancy rate. .

A World Health Organization official, epidemiologist Dr. Amjad Al-Khouli, denied that the new mutant of the Corona virus had appeared in India in Egypt. He reiterated in televised statements that vaccines are effective in preventing the virus, while stressing that the situation in India is more complicated than a mere mutation of the virus.
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