I am Mona Said Mahmoud from Egypt, a follower of Science by Woman 4th edition
The situation in Egypt is full controlled. Since mid-March, the Egyptian government has taken gradual steps in dealing with the coronavirus spread, starting with suspending schools and universities. It also suspended the international flights to mid-April.
Furthermore, a partial two-week curfew was imposed on March 24, 2020, while all restaurants, cafes, cafeterias, casinos, night clubs, bars, shopping centers (malls), and other local shops shut down completely until April 14, 2020. In addition to this, the Ministry of Awqaf [Endowment] extended the closure of the mosques and the places of worship until further nationwide.
The Prime Minister has directed to increase the numbers of laboratories needed for PCR tests in the state’s hospitals. Meanwhile, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi directed the government to provide basic food commodities and increase the strategic food reserves to meet people’s demands across the country amid the strict measures taken by the government to curb the virus outbreak.
Some researchers revealed these low numbers in cases in Egypt, return to the BCG vaccine for Tuberculosis that all Egyptian took it. This theory needs more investigations. With an immunization specifically targeted against the pandemic-causing Covid-19 disease at least a year away, the World Health Organization says it’s important to know whether the BCG vaccine can reduce disease in those infected with the coronavirus, and is encouraging international groups to collaborate with a study led by Nigel Curtis, head of infectious diseases research, at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne.
In our National Research Centre, NRC, we have a center of excellence for virology, they are working on developing a vaccine against Coronavirus.
Finally, we have to enhance our immune system by eating fresh vegetables and fruits, honey. Sleeping well and drinking a lot amount of water. We believe that our God will help us in this situation.
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