The first tourists in the months put the last week the road past the pyramids in Giza, Egypt.
The world-renowned tourist attraction is one of the sites, as the country's authorities have chosen to re-open after prolonged closure during coronakrisen. Also The Red Sea is again available for tourists, like airports returned ready to take against them.
There's just one but: the Reopening occurs, namely, while the number of coronasmittede gallops up in the Middle east.
It writes TV2, citing Al Jazeera.
According to the world health organization WHO is currently registered over one million coronasmittede in the Middle east, and the vast majority of deaths are registered in Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
It gets the WHO to call the situation critical.
We stand at a critical threshold in the region, says the head of the WHO in the Middle east, Ahmed al-Mandhari, to Al Jazeera.
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According to Ahmed al-Mandhari, the number of registered cases in June, higher than the number that has been registered in the previous four months combined.
if you Ask WHO the head, due to the increase partly to more extensive testing, partly in the rollback of the restrictions. He therefore calls for that you take precautions.
- Once the restrictions are relaxed, it does not mean that you can also relax on the responsibility and social safeguards, says Ahmed al-Mandhari to Al Jazeera.
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