Egypt reopens 21 coronavirus quarantine hospitals ahead of expected 2nd wave

Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population has reopened 21 isolation hospitals to treat moderate to severe COVID-19 cases, after shutting down a few weeks ago.

Mild cases will remain isolated to home and given treatment there, the ministry said.

The Ministry said that mild cases will be isolated at home and treatment would be distributed to them.

The list of quarantine hospitals includes:

  • The May 15 Hospital in Cairo
  • Agouza and Hawamdeya hospitals in Giza
  • Agamy Hospital in Alexandria
  • Abu Khalifa Hospital in Ismailia
  • Tama al-Amdeed Hospital in Daqahlia
  • Faqous Hospital in Sharqiya
  • Qaha Hospital on Qalyubiya
  • Balteem Hospital in Kafr al-Sheikh
  • al-Bagour Hospital in Monufiya
  • Kafr al-Dawwar Hospital in Beheira
  • Nasser General Hospital in Beni Suef
  • Fayoum Health Insurance Hospital in Fayoum
  • Malawi Hospital in Minya
  • Abu Teeg Hospital in Assiut
  • al-Helal for Health Insurance Hospital in Sohag
  • al-Odaysat Hospital in Luxor
  • al-Sadaqa Hospital in Aswan
  • al-Negila Hospital in Matrouh
  • al-Kharga Hospital in New Valley
  • Hurghada Fever Hospital in the Red Sea