Egypt's health ministry has said that the two more Egyptians have died on Friday while on the hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, bringing the death toll so far this year to 17.
A woman and a man, both in their early sixties, died on Friday of heart attacks, the head of Egypt's hajj medical commission Ahmed El-Ansary said, according to state-run news agency MENA.
Deaths from heat exhaustion, fatigue and other natural causes are a common occurrence among pilgrims on the hajj in Saudi Arabia.
Last year, 43 Egyptians died from such causes during the pilgrimage.
Saudi authorities say more than two million Muslims are expected to participate in this year's hajj, which starts next week.