Adviser to the Egyptian President for Health and Prevention, Mohamed Awad Taj El-Din, revealed the details of the health condition of the journalist Wael El-Ibrashi, explaining that he is currently receiving treatment and his condition is improving.
Muhammad Awad Taj al-Din said in a short statement about the case of al-Ibrashi: “God willing, things will go well.”
Regarding the epidemiological situation in Egypt, Taj El-Din said, in a telephone interview with the “Al-Hayat Al-Youm” program, that Egypt will hold the third conference next week on the Egyptian experience in dealing with the Corona virus crisis, and Egypt is one of the first countries to talk about the complications of infection with the Corona virus, such as Problems that occur in the heart, chest and lungs, and she has experience in this field.
The Presidential Adviser for Health and Prevention added that the virus has been in Egypt for about two years, but Egyptian doctors have experience in respiratory inflammatory syndrome, interact with new cases, and study everything in scientific conferences, and on this basis they add some drugs to the protocol, or stop The use of a drug, but so far there is no drug designed to treat the virus, but the symptoms caused by infection are treated.
He stressed that adding a drug to the protocol or stopping it depends largely on the cumulative experience in the field of treatment with it.
He pointed out that the recent period has witnessed increases in injuries, but they are few, and hospital beds and cases are in a very good condition, and there is anticipation for this situation, especially since the fourth wave has reached many countries of the world, and the mutations have reached 136 countries, and we must continue to follow closely to be ready for anything.