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Dr. Khaled Mujahid, spokesperson for the Ministry of Health, said that the state deals with the file of number of corona injuries and deaths with the utmost transparency.
“Mujahid” commented in a telephone interview with the media Amr Abdel Hamid, on Ten Channel, on the controversy over the death of a thirty-year-old girl, whose uncle said that she had died of Corona virus, a situation that the Ministry of Health did not mention in her statement.
“Mujahid said:” Today, for example, it was reported that a 30-year-old young woman died due to Corona yesterday, without announcing it, at the outset the sincere condolences to her family, but what is rumored is incorrect, the girl did not die because of Corona.
The spokesperson for the Ministry of Health added: “We have her medical report, and Imbaba fevers entered the day 24, due to severe pneumonia that caused the heart muscle to stop, and she was suffering from it for a while, and her brother wrote this on the social media page one or two hours ago.”
An account bearing the name Muhammad Abbas, had said on the social media site that his 30-year-old niece, Yasmine Ashraf Abbas, had died as a result of being infected with the Coronavirus, a condition that was not included in the Ministry of Health statement yesterday.
And Mujahid referred to what he said was “talk on Facebook that shows that someone whose age has died in Corona, and who has a corona,” saying: “It is certain in a mechanism followed by the state, and the Ministry of Health to count the injured and count the deaths and announce them and their details.”
He continued: “We want people to take into account that we have a specific capacity from today, in a daily statement issued from 7 oclock to 8 oclock, meaning in a certain period in which the counting and deaths are completed during the day and then the announcement is made.”
Mujahid asked, “Are there no new cases of death simmering after that or deaths?” Take place, and in this case, this number will be added to the statement the next day »
A spokesman for the Ministry of Health concluded, “It is not reasonable for people to base themselves on calculations with meanings, in ratios calculated, in methods of calculations, and in many equations for which the matter is calculated.”