The Egyptian government have begun to ease restrictions and have revised their COVID-19 measures. There is currently a gradual reopening of sports venues, clubs, as well as restaurants and placed of worship. Furthermore, the existing curfew will be lifted in full from 27 June. The Central Bank of Egypt’s have also eased regulations on the withdrawal of funds for individuals and private companies. These restrictions now exclude the transport and logistics sector from daily cash limits, further enabling the flow of essential cargo.
Flights and internal tourism started 1 July in cities that have a low number of COVID cases.