Egypt reopens airports under strict anti-COVID-19 safety measures

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Egypt reopened airports under strict anti-COVID-19 safety measures, the country resumed international aviation on 1 July after 3-month hiatus.
The move came under strict anti-COVID-19 procedures and safety measures
Egypt’s Red Sea resort cities of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh received, on Wednesday, two planes from the Ukrainian Capital, Kyiv.
The commercial flights are the first to arrive in Egypt as international aviation resumed in and out of the country on 1 July, after a hiatus of nearly three months, according to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.

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