The World Health Organization data revealed that the governorates of the republic are ranked in terms of the highest HIV infections, and the first five governorates came as follows: Cairo, Giza, Alexandria, Qalyubia, Menoufia, and Damietta. .
According to the World Health Data, it is ranked sixth in Luxor, in the seventh Beni Suef, in the eighth West, in the ninth Aswan, and in the 10th Qena .
The Matrouh Governorate was one of the governorates with the lowest incidence
The Ministry of Health and Population announced, today, Sunday, that 40 of those infected with the Corona virus have been discharged from isolation and quarantine hospitals, all Egyptians, after receiving the necessary medical care and completing their recovery according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization, bringing the total of those recovering from the virus to 1562 cases until today..
A statement pointed out that the number of cases whose laboratory results have been transformed from positive to negative for Corona virus (Covid-19) increased to 2,041 cases, including the 1562 recovered..
He added that 272 new cases, positive of laboratory analyzes of the virus, were registered as part of the ministry’s surveillance and investigation procedures, according to WHO guidelines, pointing to the death of 14 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 registered in Egypt with the new Corona virus until today, Sunday, is 6,465 cases, including 1562 cases that have been cured and discharged from isolation and quarantine hospitals, and 429 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.