The Ministry of Health and Population in Egypt announced that 417 people infected with coronavirus have been discharged from isolation and quarantine hospitals, after receiving necessary medical care and recovery according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, bringing the total of those who have recovered from the virus to 11,108 cases until today.
Dr. Khaled Mujahid, Advisor to the Minister of Health and Population for Media Affairs and the Ministry's official spokesman, said that the number of cases whose laboratory results have been transformed from positive to negative for Corona Covid-19 increased to 12,493 cases, including the 11,108 recovered.
He added that 1577 new cases have been proven positive for laboratory analysis of the virus, as part of the surveillance and investigation procedures conducted by the Ministry in accordance with the guidelines of the World Health Organization, pointing to the death of 45 new cases.
Mujahid said that all recorded cases of HIV positive in isolation and quarantine hospitals are subject to medical care, according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization.
He added that the governorates that recorded the highest rate of coronavirus infection are "Cairo, Giza and Qalyubia", while the governorates of the "Red Sea, Matruh and South Sinai" recorded the lowest rates of HIV infections, appealing to citizens to adhere to preventive and preventive measures and follow social divergence procedures, especially in governorates with rates High infection.
"Mujahid" stated that the total number that was registered in Egypt with the new Corona virus as of Friday, is 41,303 cases, including 11,108 cases that were cured and discharged from isolation and quarantine hospitals, and 1,422 deaths.
The Ministry of Health and Population continues to raise its preparations in all governorates of the Republic, follow the situation first-hand regarding the "emerging corona" virus, and take all necessary precautions against any viruses or infectious diseases, and the ministry has allocated a number of means of communication to receive citizens' inquiries about the emerging corona virus and infectious diseases Including hotline "105", "15335" and WhatsApp number "01553105105".