At least 92,947 cases and 4,691 deaths. Due to consistent decline in activity noted in July, the country is now classified as ‘decreasing activity’.
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29 July: Additional 465 cases, 39 deaths and 1,121 recoveries were reported on 28 July. According to media reports, during the upcoming Eid Al Adha holiday, public parks and beaches will remain closed and outlets, shops and commercials centers will close at 10pm.
23 July: Additional 667 cases, 41 deaths and 602 recoveries were reported on 22 July. Total case count is nearing 90,000 of which at least 33.5 percent have recovered. The activity has declined further with lowest daily case counts being reported since May. According to media reports, for a few days this week no new cases were reported at the 14 Egyptian hospitals designated for isolation of COVID-19 patients.
16 July: Additional 913 cases, 59 deaths and 591 recoveries were reported on 15 July. Total case count is nearing 85,000 of which at least 30 percent have recovered. The daily case numbers have shown a slight decline with 900-1000 cases being reported per day this week compared to over 1,000 cases per day in previous weeks.
9 July: About 1,025 new cases, 523 recoveries and 75 deaths were recorded on 8 July. Total cases as at 8 July are 78,304 of which more than 22,200 have recovered and at least 3,500 have passed away.
3 July: Daily case count continues to remain over a thousand cases with 1,485 new cases detected on 2 June. 86 deaths and 407 recoveries were recorded yesterday. According to media reports, Egypt has reopened its airports, the Egyptian museum, and the famed Giza Pyramids in Cairo after three months of COVID-19 lockdown.