The majority of Egyptian tourism stakeholders have welcomed the government directive requiring travellers to Egypt to present negative PCR test when they arrive in the country.
Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly issued a directive, effective as of 1 September, prohibiting entry to all arrivals, whether by land, sea or air, without a prior PCR test. The test, used to detect the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), has to be undertaken within 72 hours before travel.
Commenting on the decision, Chairperson of the Egyptian Hotels Association (EHA) in the Red Sea, Alaa Akel, said the decision is acceptable and comes as part of the …read more
Source:: Daily News Egypt