Over 100,000 tourists have flown in to Egypt’s Red Sea resorts of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh since the resumption of international tourism to Egypt on 1 July. The tourists came from Central and Eastern Europe countries; Belarus, Ukraine, Switzerland, Hungary, and Serbia.
The South Sinai, Red Sea, and Matrouh governorates were reopened to international tourism in July in the first stage of resuming inbound tourism to Egypt, according to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities press statement.
The move comes as part of the country’s plan to co-exist with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), particularly as these three governorates have both low …read more
Source:: Daily News Egypt