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Egypt has begun to relax its preventive measures against coronavirus as the rate of infections decreases, in order to encourage tourists to return to the country, as tourism makes up a large part of the Egyptian economy.
The Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities in Egypt has decided to cut entrance fees in half for all museums and archeological sites, in a bid to encourage tourist arrivals.
Although a complete flight ban was implemented for the country in March, this has now been lifted, and a limited number of services to Egypt are now operating from a variety of international destinations, including direct and indirect flights to the United States.
Nevertheless, all passengers arriving in Egypt by air, including returning Egyptian residents, are still required to have their temperature taken and self-quarantine for 7 days.
It is still compulsory to wear a mask when out in public in Egypt.