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Today, Monday 13/12/2021 Weather in Egypt



حالة الطقس اليوم الإثنين 13/12/2021 فى مصر

The Department of Meteorology expects temperatures to drop today, Monday. During the day, the climate will be pleasant in Cairo, Lower Egypt, northern coasts and northern Upper Egypt, southern Sinai and southern Upper Egypt and southern Upper Egypt. Weather conditions At night, cold weather prevails throughout the night.

Also, the Meteorological Agency forecast early morning fog and glow on some roads leading to and from Greater Cairo, Lower Egypt, northern beaches, canal cities, central Sinai and northern Upper Egypt. Showers or thundershowers are expected along the northwest coast and in parts of Lower Egypt.

Today, Monday’s temperature was: 22 degrees Celsius in Greater Cairo, 13 degrees Celsius, Alexandria 21 degrees Celsius and small 14 degrees Celsius, Greater Cairo 20 degrees Celsius and low 12 degrees Celsius, Sohag 25 degrees Celsius and low 11 degrees Celsius, Cana 27 degrees Celsius and low 12 degrees Celsius. And the big Aswan 28 degrees with a minimum of 13 degrees

The report on temperature in cities and capitals in the governorates of the Republic is as follows:

Temperatures in Cairo Minor 15 and Great 25

Temperatures at Shepin L-Com Minor 14 and Great 25

Temperatures at Tanda Minor 14 and Great 24

Tamanhur has a minimum temperature of 14 and a maximum of 25 degrees Celsius

The minimum temperature in Alexandria is 13 and the maximum is 22

Temperature at Baltim Minor 13, Great 22

Temperature at Matrouh Minor 12 and Max 20

The minimum temperature in Salum is 09 and the maximum is 20

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Temperatures at Siva Minor 09 and Great 19

The temperature of the port was said to be Minor 14, Great 22

Temperatures at Damietta Minor 13 and Great 22

Temperatures at Zagazig Minor 15 and Great 25

Temperatures in Ismailia Minor 14 and Great 25

The minimum temperature in Suez is 14 and the maximum is 25

The minimum temperature in Al-Arish is 12 and the maximum is 25

The minimum temperature in Rafah is 13 and the maximum is 24

Temperatures in Ross Cider Minor 14 and Great 25

Temperature at Naql al-Chokra 07, max 25

Temperatures at Nuvaiba Minor 19 and Great 26

Temperatures in Taba Minor 12 and Great 26

Temperatures at Catherine The Miner 08 and Great 22

Temperatures of a minimum of 16 and a maximum of 27

Temperatures at Sharm L-Shake Minor 16 and Great 29

Temperatures in Hurghada Minor 16 and maximum 29

Temperatures at Marsa Alam Minor 15 and Great 28

The minimum temperature in Fayoum is 12 and the maximum is 25

The minimum temperature at Beni Suef is 11 and the maximum is 25

The minimum temperature in Minya is 10 and the maximum is 25

Temperature at Azute Minor 11 and Grade 26

Temperatures at Sohag Minor 11 and Great 28

Temperatures in Kana Minor 12 and Great 29

The minimum temperature in Luxor is 13 and the maximum is 30

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Temperatures at Aswan Minor 14 and Great 30

The minimum temperature in Abu Simbal is 12 and the maximum is 30

Temperatures at New Valley Minor 09 and Great 29

Temperatures at Chalatin Minor 16 and Great 30

Temperatures in Abu Ramat Minor 15 and Great 30

Temperatures at HaloEb Minor 16 and Great 28

Temperatures at Ross Hatraba Minor 16 and Great 28

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Ministry of Health reveals number of coronavirus infections within a week



Ministry of Health reveals number of coronavirus infections within a week

Today, Friday, in its weekly bulletin, the Ministry of Health and Social Security (Covid-19) announced that a total of 205 new infections have been recorded, while no deaths have been recorded.

In its weekly bulletin of (Covid-19) results covering the period from September 16 to September 22, 2023, the ministry highlighted that the number of people vaccinated reached 24 million and the number of people who received the first dose reached 924 thousand 167. The number of people vaccinated with the second dose increased by 23 million to 426 thousand 39, and a total of 6 million 886 thousand 744 received the third dose of antiviral vaccine to 61 thousand 121. Those who received the fourth level of reminiscence.

The ministry added that since the first case was reported on March 2, 2020, the weekly “positive, new infections with the virus brought the number of confirmed infections in the Kingdom to one million, 276 thousand 635”. Rate” is approximately 5.6 percent.

Casablanca-Settat (62), Rabat-Salé-Kenitra (79), Fes-Meknes (12), Souze-Massa (18), Beni Mellal-Kenifra (10) and The. Orient Region (2). , Marrakesh-Safi (20), Dra-Tafilalet (1), and Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima (1).

With no deaths reported in the past week, the total number of deaths is estimated at 16,297 (a general mortality index of 1.3 percent).

The total number of active cases reached 250 and one active case was registered during the same period.

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Solidarity launches campaign for early detection of cervical cancer and reproductive health



Solidarity launches campaign for early detection of cervical cancer and reproductive health

By Medhat Wahba

Friday, September 22, 2023 01:21 PM

Social Unity Minister Dr. Nevin Al-Kabaj began his journey to Alexandria Governorate today, Friday, to launch the campaign.A journey of a thousand kilometersBy opening the “Reproductive Health and Early Detection of Cervical Cancer” clinic, the focus is on early detection of cervical cancer and reproductive health..

The Minister of Social Unity confirmed that the “Thousand Kilometer Journey” is scheduled to start today from Alexandria Governorate and continue for two days, from there to 9 Governorates of Beni Souf, Minya, Assiut and Sohaq. , Qana, Luxor and Aswan for two days in each governorate, and finally its activities will end in Cairo Governorate on January 5th and 6th next year..

Al-Kabbaj added that the trip targets three activities, the first of which is related to awareness, where social pioneers in those governorates will be trained to improve awareness and their medical awareness. The second part of the trip is related to training the medical staff of the clinics. In these governorates, “Reproductive Health and Early Detection of Cervical Cancer” has been prepared, where doctors and nurses will be trained on the use of various family planning methods. and the use of the cervical speculum to ensure the delivery of clinical care with high efficiency through workshops and clinical conferences..

The third part of the campaign is economic empowerment, as a bazaar will be established in each governorate where the campaign travels with the aim of promoting their products to women producers and small enterprises..

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Scientists are tracking a tree in Brazil that was thought to have died out 185 years ago



Scientists are tracking a tree in Brazil that was thought to have died out 185 years ago

I retired at 100… A centenarian talks about the importance of “being busy at work” to live a long life.

Madeleine Balto recently retired at the age of 100, having worked for more than 80 years – from the age of 18 to 99. According to a CNBC report, Balto believes work has contributed to his longevity.

Balto says of his previous job: “It kept me busy, and I enjoyed the work… As for retirement, I don’t really like it.”

The Balto family started an electric sign manufacturing business in Chicago, with Madeline responsible for office work. She often interacted with customers and it was her favorite job.

She said: “I loved interacting with people… and I was the only one in the office doing all the office work, so it was fun.” “I loved going to work.”

An 85-year-old Harvard University study found that positive relationships make people happier and help them live longer. For this reason, it is not surprising that Balto places a strong emphasis on the importance of family and friends.

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Genetics and Director of Human Lifespan Studies at the Albert Einstein Institute for Aging Research, Dr. Sophia Melman says. College of Medicine.

At 100, Balto maintains his sense of community by going out to dinner with his sons and attending family events. Finally attended a wedding earlier this month.

She also likes going to the Dunkin’ Donuts branch every Sunday with her son to meet friends. “I look forward to it every week,” he says.

Balto affirms that she is lucky; Because she has some friends of the same age who often come to her house for lunch.

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She added: “They always invite me over and come over for lunch on Wednesdays at 12pm… we have fun together… without your friends, where are you, right?”

While maintaining healthy relationships is an important factor in living longer, there are other factors that contributed to Balto’s longevity.

First, Mellman says, “In general, women’s life expectancy is longer than men’s…and we believe that genetics also has a significant relationship with longevity.”

In fact, Balto’s older sister lived to be 103 years old. “But she and I are the only ones who lived over 100 years,” she says, referring to her parents, who died at 84, and her sisters, who didn’t live very long.

I grew up on a vegetarian diet

Aiming to stay active, Balto says, “I’m still getting around better. I can walk up the stairs. I have energy; “so I’m in pretty good shape.”

She also tries to eat as healthy as possible, something that started in her childhood, she explains: “When I was a child, there were seven children in the family, and my father was building a big garden, so we lived mostly. On vegetables. “There wasn’t a lot of meat, we couldn’t afford meat.”

“I think that’s probably why I eat healthier,” she adds. Don’t eat fast food now.

Millman says centenarians are generally more confident, and Balto fits that description. He says it’s unclear whether centenarians are always positive, or whether they develop their positive outlook as they age.

Balto says she doesn’t feel too nervous; Because “everything can be solved.” She continues: “I’m very lucky; As I am 100 years old, I am in good health… I cannot complain about my health. “I’m walking, talking, no pain.”

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