Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday urged the medical staff to commit more to the preventive measures and the sterilization process amid the coronavirus crisis - Screenshot/National TV Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday urged the medical staff to commit more to the preventive measures and the sterilization process amid the coronavirus crisis - Screenshot/National TV

Sisi urges Egyptians to stick to coronavirus measures, avoid tougher scenarios

Wed, Apr. 22, 2020
CAIRO - 22 April 2020: Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday urged the medical staff to commit more to the preventive measures and the sterilization process amid the coronavirus crisis, and paid tribute to the efforts of the medical sector.

?As the president attended the opening of a number of national projects east of the Suez Canal, he also urged Egyptians to stick to the preventive measures against coronavirus in order to avoid tougher scenarios.

“If we have achieved success during the past period, we don’t want to lose what we have done during the next few weeks,” Sisi said, referring to the efforts to limit the spread of novel virus.

He also urged the citizens to avoid maintain social distancing and avoid large gatherings, warning that the state may have to take tougher measures in case the coronavirus crisis developed.

The world and Egypt are facing an "invisible enemy," Sisi said, adding that Egyptian people should be proud of those who are working to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country.

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Sisi noted that around 3,500 Egyptians are stranded abroad over coronavirus, affirming that authorities are committed to bringing them back despite "hard circumstances".

Concerning development in Sinai, Sisi urged investors and businessmen to participate in the development projects in the peninsula, saying the state has already spent LE 600 billion ($38.1 billion) to develop infrastructure in Sinai.

He affirmed that development plans in Sinai would be completed by the end of this year.

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Sisi earlier on Wednesday also watched the extraction of a tunnel-boring machine in Egypt’s northeastern city of Suez, including a major tunnel that links Suez to the Sinai peninsula between the Red Sea in the west and the Mediterranean Sea in the north.

The “Martyr Ahmed Hamdy 2” tunnel, which was completely drilled, comes as part of five tunnels in the seaport city, within the framework of Egypt’s 2020 vision.

“Now we are about to complete five tunnels [drilled] by Egyptian Hands,” Sisi said. He noted that all work sites are secured well in coordination between the health and defense ministries, as well as companies to ensure the safety of workers.

The inaugurated tunnel has two lanes with a length of 4,250 kilometers and a diameter of 11 meters, Chairman of the Armed Forces Engineering Authority Ehab El-Faar said, during the opening ceremony.

As many as 5,000 workers and engineers took part in the construction, process, Faar noted.

Sisi also inaugurated Al Mahsama water treatment plant in Serapeum, Ismailia, east of the Suez Canal.

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The five tunnels of the Suez Canal tunnels include two in Port Said, two in Ismailia, and “Martyr Ahmed Hamdy 2” tunnel that is parallel to an old 1,640 tunnel carrying the same name and under the Suez Canal. Ahmed Hamdy was an Egyptian engineer who was killed during the October War with Israel in 1973.

The two tunnels in Ismailia connect the northeastern city to Sinai, shortening the travel time to 15-20 minutes.

The Port Said tunnels link the eastern parts of the canal cities to the western areas, to facilitate trade in the Suez Canal region.

Each of the tunnels, according to earlier official figures, can receive up to 2,000 cars per hour and 40,000 cars per day.
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