Egypt is gearing up to welcome back tourists who have been kept away by the coronavirus pandemic.
Hotels in #Egypt operating with the new reduced occupancy rate of 25 percent to contain the spread of #coronavirus have almost reached full capacity, according to a tourism ministry official.— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) May 31, 2020
Hotels have ramped up hygiene, archaeological sites have been sanitized, and beaches are now cleaned up.
This comes after a country wide lockdown that was enforced in March to slow down the spread of COVID-19 .
#Egypt’s Tourism Ministry (@TourismandAntiq) puts conditions for return of domestic #tourism, of which banning wedding ceremonies inside hotels and night activities pic.twitter.com/cZzEL4zTA1— Daily News Egypt (@DailyNewsEgypt) May 3, 2020
Egypt has also announced the return of flights to coastal provinces that have been least infected starting July 1st.
Could life be going back to normal soon?