Video of ICU deaths shines spotlight on struggling healthcare system amid coronavirus surge
Rana Mamdouh | A number of government officials claimed in the media that he had fabricated the video.
Doctors in Egypt voice concerns over Chinese vaccine, citing lack of transparency
The results of the Sinopharm trials were never made public.
Rural communities navigate a pandemic with water shortages
Mostafa Hosny | Egypt’s per capita share of water has steadily fallen for decades
A new rhythm: Cairo’s arts scene navigates reopening
Nada Nabil | “Our work revolves around the collective experience of watching films in a dark room."
COVID-19 drive-thru testing rollout blurs lines between public, private sectors
Rana Mamdouh | The prime minister visited the company’s first drive-through site the day it opened, on June 15.
Province of Sinai targets Union of Sinai Tribes fighters in Sheikh Zuwayed, coronavirus reaches central Sinai
Residents say civilian casualties receive less attention than those of the Armed Forces.
Coronavirus shuttered high schools — but the exam tutoring business is still booming
Nada Arafat | On the eve of their final Arabic language exam, thirteen students in their third and final year of thanaweya
Medical nonprofits face the pandemic
Nada Gamal | Two socially funded operations have seen their workload swell several-fold during the crisis.
Coronavirus in Sinai: Fear and negligence as cases rise. Governor: ‘Expected and not disturbing’
The surge coincided with end-of-year high school exams.
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