Health: 398 new positive cases of coronavirus were registered, and 15 deaths

Today, Thursday, the Ministry of Health and Population announced that 140 of those infected with the Corona virus have been discharged from isolation and quarantine hospitals, after receiving the necessary medical care and recovery according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, bringing the total of those recovering from the virus to 2,626 cases until today.

A statement clarified that the number of cases whose laboratory results were converted from positive to negative for Corona virus (Covid-19) increased to 3133 cases, including the 2626 recovered.

He added that 398 new cases, which proved positive for laboratory analysis of the virus, were registered as part of the ministry’s surveillance and investigation procedures, according to WHO guidelines, pointing to the death of 15 new cases.

He said that all registered cases of HIV positive in isolation and quarantine hospitals are subject to medical care, according to WHO guidelines.

He stated that the total number that was registered in Egypt with the new Corona virus until Thursday, is 10,829 cases, including 2626 cases that have been cured and discharged from isolation and quarantine hospitals, and 571 deaths.

The Ministry of Health and Population continues to raise its preparations in all governorates, follow the situation first-hand regarding the “emerging corona” virus, and take all necessary precautions against any viruses or infectious diseases, as the hotline “105” and “15335” has been allocated to receive citizens’ inquiries about a virus Corona emerging and infectious diseases.

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Know the conditions and conditions for compulsory treatment for a psychiatric patient in a mental health facility

The draft law submitted by the government to amend Law No. 71 of 2009 regarding patient psychological care, which was approved by the House of Representatives in a group, regulated the conditions and conditions for the compulsory introduction of any person for treatment in a mental health facility, and these conditions are in accordance with the draft law as follows:

1 – It is not permissible for a person to be compulsorily admitted to treatment in a mental health facility except with the approval of the psychiatrist, when there are clear signs indicating the presence of severe mental illness whose treatment requires entry to a mental health facility, in the following two cases:

The possibility of a severe and imminent deterioration of the mental illness.

– If the symptoms of mental illness represent a serious and imminent threat to the safety, health, or life of the patient, or the safety, health and lives of others.

2- In these two cases, the patient must be refusing to enter the facility to receive the necessary treatment provided that his eligibility and the director of the facility and the National Mental Health Council or the Regional Mental Health Council are informed of the decisions to compel the patient to be compulsory within twenty-four hours of admission, accompanied by a report that includes an evaluation of his health.

3- A physician who does not specialize in psychiatry in one of the mental health facilities stipulated in this law and in the two cases referred to, may enter a patient without his will to assess his condition for a period not exceeding forty-eight hours, based on a written request submitted to the facility by any of the following persons A relative of the patient up to the second degree. One of the specialized police officers. Social worker in the region. The competent health inspector. Consul of the country to which the foreign patient belongs. A psychiatrist who does not work at this facility and does not have a close relationship with the patient or the facility manager up to the second degree. 3- The matter shall be presented to the Public Prosecution within a period not exceeding twenty-four hours to take the necessary measures.

4- The responsible psychiatrist may cancel the compulsory entry before the end of the aforementioned period if his justifications are not valid, provided that he notifies this to both the facility manager and the regional mental health council, noting the patient and his eligibility of this decision.

5- It is not permissible to give the psychological patient any treatment for his condition, whether this treatment is medicinal, psychological or behavioral, and sessions to regulate the rhythm of the brain or any of the therapies used in psychiatry without referring it to this, and it must be referred to the nature of this treatment and its purpose and the effects that may result from it and the alternatives His therapeutic.

6- If the compulsory entry patient refuses to take the prescribed treatment, the responsible psychiatrist shall be obligated to compel him to the treatment, provided that the psychiatrist meets the compulsory treatment procedures before proceeding to do so.

8 – When necessary, the patient may be given two sessions regulating the rhythm of the brain until the evaluation stipulated in this law is conducted in accordance with the controls determined by the executive regulations of this law.

9- The psychiatrist must review the compulsory treatment procedures every four weeks at the most, and these procedures must be reconsidered when the treating psychiatrist makes any fundamental change in the authorized treatment plan.

10 – If compulsory treatment lasts for more than three months, another independent medical evaluation is required.

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The compulsory treatment conditions and conditions of the patient are known to a mental health facility

The draft law submitted by the government to amend Law No. 71 of 2009 regarding patient psychological care, which was approved by the House of Representatives in a group, regulated the conditions and conditions for the compulsory introduction of any person for treatment in a mental health facility, and these conditions are in accordance with the draft law as follows:

1 – It is not permissible for a person to be compulsorily admitted to treatment in a mental health facility except with the approval of the psychiatrist, when there are clear signs indicating the presence of severe mental illness whose treatment requires entry to a mental health facility, in the following two cases:

The possibility of a severe and imminent deterioration of the mental illness.

– If the symptoms of mental illness represent a serious and imminent threat to the safety, health, or life of the patient, or the safety, health and lives of others.

2- In these two cases, the patient must be refusing to enter the facility to receive the necessary treatment provided that his eligibility and the director of the facility and the National Mental Health Council or the Regional Mental Health Council are informed of the decisions to compel the patient to be compulsory within twenty-four hours of admission, accompanied by a report that includes an evaluation of his health.

3- A physician who does not specialize in psychiatry in one of the mental health facilities stipulated in this law and in the two cases referred to, may enter a patient without his will to assess his condition for a period not exceeding forty-eight hours, based on a written request submitted to the facility by any of the following persons A relative of the patient up to the second degree. One of the specialized police officers. Social worker in the region. The competent health inspector. Consul of the country to which the foreign patient belongs. A psychiatrist who does not work at this facility and does not have a close relationship with the patient or the facility manager up to the second degree. 3- The matter shall be presented to the Public Prosecution within a period not exceeding twenty-four hours to take the necessary measures.

4- The responsible psychiatrist may cancel the compulsory entry before the end of the aforementioned period if his justifications are not valid, provided that he notifies this to both the facility manager and the regional mental health council, noting the patient and his eligibility of this decision.

5- It is not permissible to give the psychological patient any treatment for his condition, whether this treatment is medicinal, psychological or behavioral, and sessions to regulate the rhythm of the brain or any of the therapies used in psychiatry without referring it to this, and it must be referred to the nature of this treatment and its purpose and the effects that may result from it and the alternatives His therapeutic.

6- If the compulsory entry patient refuses to take the prescribed treatment, the responsible psychiatrist shall be obligated to compel him to the treatment, provided that the psychiatrist meets the compulsory treatment procedures before proceeding to do so.

8 – When necessary, the patient may be given two sessions regulating the rhythm of the brain until the evaluation stipulated in this law is conducted in accordance with the controls determined by the executive regulations of this law.

9- The psychiatrist must review the compulsory treatment procedures every four weeks at the most, and these procedures must be reconsidered when the treating psychiatrist makes any fundamental change in the authorized treatment plan.

10 – If compulsory treatment lasts for more than three months, another independent medical evaluation is required.

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Corona’s Scientific Committee: Virus testing and testing is increasing

Dr. Hossam Hosni, head of the scientific committee to combat Corona at the Ministry of Health, said that the media role in that period is very important, noting that the numbers that concern us are the numbers of healing cases and deaths.

Hosni continued, during a telephone intervention in the program of the last day broadcast on the channel An-Nahar, which is presented by the media Tamer Amin, that there is a significant increase in the percentage of cases of recovery from Corona during the last period, stressing that the reassurance that the citizen may feel is false reassurance, calling on the Egyptians to adhere to procedures Social separation during the coming period, especially during Eid Al Fitr.

Hosni continued, saying: “Egypt will coexist with the Corona virus, but with health rules that must be adhered to, demanding that the patients who have been cured go to the blood bank to donate plasma after fourteen days.

On the other hand, Dr. Hossam Hosni, Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Corona Virus at the Ministry of Health, said that the tests and corona tests are constantly increasing inside Egypt, explaining that the world is now heading to divide Covid-19 disease into simple, medium and severe cases, and asymptomatic cases.

He explained, that analyzes are conducted on all suspects or in positive cases, with the aim of protecting society and citizens, steadily: “ Our goal is to prevent the spread of the disease among citizens and doctors“.

He added: “There is no discipline, and people are upset with me, why did I say that the awareness of citizens towards the disease must increase … The numbers of patients equals community awareness, and recovery from God and then from doctors“.

He continued: “We are afraid of a week before the Eid and people rush to the markets, and precautionary measures must be taken in the utmost severity … even if they want us to be prepared, the people must be aware... This crisis will not end until after the medicine and the serum .. And the use of plasma in some cases has reached the point of recovery“.

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Health warns: Be careful of corona infection as a possible second wave of a pandemic

The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed that the coexistence plan that I put forward aims to prepare for the gradual return to normal life in the country, during the period of the ebb of the Corona pandemic, stressing that the situation requires following standard measures to limit the occurrence of any widespread spread of the disease.

The Ministry of Health and Population said: At any stage of the epidemic, societal interventions should be based on striking a balance between adhering to the implications of scientific evidence for controlling outbreaks on the one hand, and ensuring economic continuity on the other hand while maintaining public health in all circumstances.

The Ministry of Health and Population explained that care should be taken with caution and prepare for the possibility of a second wave and evaluation of risks by following the epidemiological situation in succession and issuing successive updates regarding any changes that may occur, and the Ministry has completed: Any decision regarding societal coexistence with Corona disease should take into account a set of scientific evidence Available so far and those that may occur over time.

The coexistence plan aims to reduce the morbidity and mortality that may result from new cases while achieving a balance between the rotation of the wheel of normal life and the continuation of precautionary measures in addition to community recovery from the effects of corona and the gradual disposal of psychological effects resulting from the corona crisis as well as avoiding the accumulation associated with any type of services Especially shopping and transportation

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The plan to coexist with Corona … 3 stages, conditions, controls and caveats, “Infograph”

The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed that the plan to coexist with the Corona epidemic launched by the Ministry of Health and Population will be implemented in 3 phases of the initial stage, which will be implemented immediately. From the end of the third stage and its end until the issuance of other decisions by an organization or the World Health Organization’s announcement, the global risk assessment has decreased to a low level.

The following infograph monitors the details of that plan:

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Video .. lost his eyesight in a heartless war..the story of the hero doctor Muhammad Sami with Corona

They keep day and night to protect you, they are stranded in the first rows to confront the deadly corona virus so they are white army personnel. A new humanitarian saga this time champion, Dr. Muhammad Sami, a dietician who lost his eyesight in the past days during his war against the emerging virus.

The story began with the reception of the Baltim Hospital for isolation, which works for a large number of people infected with the virus.

After that, he felt shortness of breath, and anxiety began to appear, and he went to the Baltim Hospital, and chest scans were made. The doctors said that it was simple, but then he lost consciousness completely and the reason is high blood pressure and a heart attack that led to damage to the optic nerve.

In the next video, we review the story of the hero doctor and his loss of vision ..

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Government: Treatment of physician Mahmoud Sami, who is blind, at the World Medical Center

Dr. Mustafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, followed with Dr. Hossam Al-Masry, Medical Adviser to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Chairman of the Higher Medical Committee, the developments of the case of doctor Mahmoud Sami Fathi, who was working in one of the isolation hospitals, and he had a very high blood pressure, and he currently has a problem in not The ability to see.

The Medical Adviser to the Prime Minister stated that he presented the case to the Supreme Medical Committee in the Council of Ministers, the committee recommended directing the case to the International Medical Center, to complete the necessary medical examinations and treatment of the aforementioned doctor at state expense, noting that he had coordinated with the Director of the International Medical Center to receive the case and provide medical care Necessary for it, with the committee providing a detailed medical report, in preparation for the Prime Minister’s decision to treat the aforementioned doctor.

Dr. Mahmoud Sami was also contacted and informed of the Prime Minister’s assignments to provide him with full medical care and arrangements for his transfer to the International Medical Center, which was very welcomed by him, and he confirmed his thanks to the state for this swift move, and that he and his colleagues are serving their country and the people of their country to face this global crisis.

The team of the Medical Appeals Committee in the Council of Ministers, headed by Dr. Hossam Al-Masry, had moved urgently at midnight yesterday, in implementation of the assignments of Dr. Mustafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, to communicate with Doctor Mahmoud Sami Fathi, and transfer him to a specialized hospital immediately, for treatment at state expense In appreciation of the state for the role of medical staff and their great contributions during this difficult period.

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Health reveals the way to deal inside malls and shops to prevent relapses of Corona

The Ministry of Health and Population confirmed that the first stage of coexistence plans aims to tighten measures to avoid any type of setback through visual and oral screening and temperature measurement for all people before entering the facilities, metro and trains.

The Ministry of Health and Population said that everyone will be obligated to wear the muzzle when he leaves his house, while obliging business owners and malls to put hands disinfection methods on their doors and maintain a low density inside the facilities and commercial stores.

The Ministry of Health and Population stated that cinemas, theaters, cafes, or any entertainment venues will not be opened at this stage.

The ministry explained that the patient has simple symptoms if one of the high-risk groups communicates with 105, and if he is not from these groups he remains at home and follows (household isolation guidelines) until the symptoms have completely disappeared or any sign of the development of pathological symptoms such as the persistence of high fever for more than For 3 days shortness of breath and severe chest pain, obstructive breathing, two approaches to rest, coughing (rarely), or other signs indicating the severity of the disease, after reviewing the follow-up person or calling 105, and when any of these symptoms indicate that the disease progresses and goes immediately to the hospital. ٍ

The Ministry of Health and Population has called on citizens to wear a mask when leaving the house and this continues until further notice.

The Ministry of Health and Population revealed details of the standard evidence for a gradual restoration of normal life in light of the spread of the Coruna virus.

19- The Ministry of Health and Population said that the willingness to gradually return to normal life in the country during the receding phase of the new corona pandemic (19-CovidStandard procedures are required to limit the occurrence of any new outbreaks of the disease again and to reduce morbidity and mortality from cases in the recession phase at any stage of the epidemic.

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Health announces the closure of schools, cinemas and cafes during coexistence with Corona

The Ministry of Health and Population instructed that entertainment places such as cinemas, theaters, cafes, cafes and all recreational places should continue to be closed during the period of coexistence with the emerging corona virus.

This came within the full plan published by the Ministry of Health for coexistence with the emerging corona virus (Covid 19), which is slated to start work early next month, according to what the government announced earlier.

The entities that health has stressed its continued closure include: exercise and fitness halls, sports clubs and closed club clubs, other than weddings and funerals, universities, schools, kindergartens and nurseries.

The coexistence plan is to be implemented in 3 stages, the first: It is the stage of strict measures to avoid any kind of setback, and it begins to be applied directly and continues until there is a decrease in the total new cases discovered in two consecutive weeks at the level of the Republic, and the second stage: the stage of intermediate procedures and starts after The first stage is directly for 28 days, and the third stage, which is the phase of the continuous and mitigating procedures, and continues until the issuance of other decisions until the World Health Organization announces that the global risk assessment has decreased to a low level.

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