Reem Leila's Articles

Egypt is on full alert after the emergence of Omicron, a COVID-19 variant, reports Reem Leila

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on government efforts to vaccinate 40 per cent of the population by the end of the year.

A state of emergency has been announced in Aswan and surrounding areas following severe flooding.

Life is becoming more difficult for unvaccinated citizens, writes Reem Leila

The second edition of Al-Ahram Pharmaceutical Conference foregrounded the potential of Egypt’s pharmaceutical industry.

The new academic year for government schools and universities begins on 9 October

Part-timers are being hired to meet a shortage of teachers

The Health Ministry is speeding up coronavirus vaccines, visiting governorates on buses

Egypt is seeking self-sufficiency in plasma and its derivatives

Almost a quarter of a million high school graduates are applying for universities this week

Teachers and students over 18 must be vaccinated against Covid-19 before the beginning of the academic year

The penalties faced by those found guilty of sexual harassment have been increased

Health officials warn that precautions must be heeded in the face of a fourth wave of infections

The Office of Admission to Public Universities, or tanseeq, will soon start receiving student applications to universities

As a fourth wave of infections approaches, Egypt seeks to expand its vaccination programme to include children

The Covid-19 vaccine is failing to reach people who registered months ago

The hike in the cost of livestock has forced thousands of Egyptian households to buy sukuk to celebrate Bairam, reports Reem Leila

Parliament has approved more stringent sexual harassment penalties, reports Reem Leila

Children suffering from spinal muscular atrophy, a rare genetic disease, will be treated for free

Egypt is aiming to be self-sufficient in the production of COVID-19 vaccines, writes Reem Leila

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