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An abrupt end to the school year in Egypt received mixed reactions

While many Egyptians appear reluctant to register for the Covid-19 vaccine, those who have are facing problems

The government recently launched a crackdown on illegal building across the country, jailing violators and in many cases demolishing the buildings

Egypt is hoping to produce three Covid-19 vaccines locally

Women are expecting, from the president, a balanced personal status law

The Ministry of Health warns of a third Covid-19 wave

Many students have been missing out on school life because of the coronavirus pandemic, with their future in some cases still hanging in the balance

Covid-19 vaccinations for the elderly and those with chronic diseases have started amid concerns regarding their safety

The Universal Health Insurance system is being rolled out faster than originally planned

School exams will be anything but traditional this year

Reem Leila sheds light on a new plan for Egyptian villages

The Covid-19 vaccination programme kicked off in Egypt with medical staff getting the first shots

A ministerial decree will attract much needed funding to Egypt’s education sector

The second stage of the presidential initiative Decent Life has been launched to improve the living conditions of the neediest rural villages

Health authorities are getting ready to roll out more than one Covid-19 vaccine

2020 was a year of change for a society up in arms over sexual harassment

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on an initiative to make railway travel safer for women

The Covid crisis laid bare the shortcomings of the health sector, compelling the government to act

Students sitting for their Thanaweya Amma exam this academic year will be the first to try the new system

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