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Egypt - Politics
3/4/2021 2:34:03 PM
Health Minister Hala Zayed said Egypt is the first African country to commence vaccinating citizens
Egypt - Politics
3/2/2021 10:27:05 PM
Minister Hala Zayed said the state is preparing to start vaccinating the elderly and people suffering from chronic diseases within hours
Egypt - Politics
3/1/2021 12:08:00 PM
The website divided vaccine seekers into three categories: medical workers, chronic disease patients, and elderly without chronic disease
Egypt - Politics
2/24/2021 11:46:52 AM
Health Minister Hala Zayed said elderly citizens and those with chronic diseases are expected to receive the first shot of the vaccine within the first week of March
Egypt - Politics
2/23/2021 7:14:47 PM
Egypt started vaccinating - in late January - medical workers as a priority, then the elderly and then those who are suffering from chronic diseases through 40 health units in Egypt's 27 governorates, said Minister Hala Zayed.
World - International
2/21/2021 5:07:36 PM
U.S. infectious diseases official Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Sunday that it is possible Americans will still be wearing masks in 2022
Egypt - Politics
2/19/2021 1:43:16 AM
Starting Saturday, medical staff at hospitals nationwide — that are not designated for coronavirus treatment — and patients with chronic diseases will be administered the coronavirus vaccines
Life & Style - Health
2/16/2021 6:13:02 PM
This explains some of the neurological problems associated with the disease
Life & Style - Health
2/16/2021 5:37:41 PM
Researchers noticed that patients with chronic respiratory diseases like asthma, who are often prescribed inhaled steroids, were not needing to be hospitalized for COVID-19 as often as expected
World - Africa
2/14/2021 2:22:15 PM
Four people died of Ebola in neighbouring Guinea, the first resurgence of the disease in five years.
World - Africa
2/12/2021 4:39:45 PM
The case was found in Butembo, a city of over 1 million people and the epicentre of a major outbreak of the disease that was declared over last June after nearly two years
World - Region
2/7/2021 2:06:56 PM
The temporary policy change was made following a spike in infections over the past weeks "to ensure acquired community immunity and contain the disease, health ministry said
World - Africa
2/3/2021 4:32:37 PM
According to Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the death toll related to the pandemic in Africa stood at 91,524. A total of 3,074,154 people infected with COVID-19 have recovered across the continent so far.
World - International
2/2/2021 9:35:50 AM
The team members were wearing full protective gear during Tuesday's visit, a further indication of the work China has put into preparations for the WHO visit to Wuhan, where the first COVID-19 illnesses emerged in late 2019
World - International
2/1/2021 7:53:54 PM
China recorded more than 2,000 new domestic cases of COVID-19 in January, the highest monthly total since the final phase of the initial outbreak in Wuhan last March
World - International
1/24/2021 7:16:41 PM
The milestone was reached only five days after the US, the world's wealthiest and hardest-hit nation, recorded 400,000 deaths from the disease
World - International
1/21/2021 9:26:01 AM
A Johns Hopkins University tracker on Wednesday showed that 405,400 people have died from the disease, more than the 405,399 total US combat and non-combat deaths in WWII
World - International
1/14/2021 10:01:31 PM
The number of people in intensive care rose by 15 to 2,726 while the total number of patients hospitalised for the disease was up 248 over 24 hours at 25,017.
World - International
1/12/2021 9:56:04 PM
The new rules are to take effect two weeks from the day they are signed by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Mark Redfield, which would be Jan. 26
World - International
1/11/2021 5:23:23 PM
The initial analysis did not assess plasma's effects in hospitalised patients with less severe disease. This "remains a very important question" and would continue to be explored in the ongoing trial
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