Egypt announced 149 new positive coronavirus cases on Monday, bringing the total to 1322, as well as 7 new fatalities, giving a total death toll of 85.
This is the highest toll of daily positive cases Egypt has recorded.
The newly detected cases are all Egyptians, all of whom either came from abroad or were in contact with other positive cases.
Health ministry said in a statement that the number of coronavirus patients who had retested negative for the virus had reached 396, of whom 259 have fully recovered and left isolation hospitals.
The statement added that 12 fully recovered patients were discharged from hospitals.
In a video released by the ministry on Sunday, Health Minister Hala Zayed presented an evaluation of the coronavirus patients currently in hospitals.
According to Zayed, 88 percent of the patients in quarantine hospitals suffer from simple coronavirus symptoms, seven percent suffer from mild symptoms, and three percent suffer from severe symptoms.
The minister revealed that two percent of the patients are in a critical condition, adding that 30 percent of the patients who died passed away before being admitted to hospital.
Egypt surpassed the thousand-case milestone on Saturday and on Friday recorded the highest daily deaths as eight fatalities were reported.
The government suspended schools and universities and closed airports in March.
Egyptian authorities have halted international flights, banned mass gatherings, and shuttered cinemas, mosques, churches and schools in response to the spread of the disease
On 24 March, Egypt declared a two-week curfew from 7pm to 6am, the broadest measure yet taken to combat the coronavirus.