Egypt has extended its suspension of museums, archaeological sites, hotel restaurants, night clubs and pools nationwide until April 15, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced Monday, as sterilization and disinfection work continues to curb the coronavirus outbreak. Hotels also will extend their suspension of events, ceremonies, and social parties till April 15, the statement added. On March 21 the ministry previously announced that all museums and archaeological sites nationwide will be closed from March 23 until March 31. Cafes, sports clubs, and gyms are closed for the next two weeks while restaurants are limited to deliveries only. The total number of fully-recovered cases rose to 132 on Sunday, all of whom have been discharged from isolation hospitals.
Source: Egypt Independent March 30, 2020 15:00 UTC