Egyptians expect normal life as COVID-19 restrictions eased


The Egyptian government on Saturday lifted a partial nighttime curfew that has been imposed in the country for three months.
The decision includes reopening restaurants, cafes, theaters and cinemas with 25 percent of their capacity, while public beaches and parks will remain closed.
Mosques and churches will also be reopened for daily prayers but weekly mass prayers will remain suspended. Worshippers, however, inside mosques and churches must observe social distancing.


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