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Navigation sources at Hurghada International Airport confirmed that, on Wednesday, tourists from Belarus, Latvia, Ukraine, and a number of other nationalities will leave for their country after the end of their tourist holidays in the Red Sea resorts.
Tourism sources estimated the total number of tourists who left the Red Sea for their country since last week at about 70,000 tourists after Egypt suspended receiving international flights.
For his part, Major General Amr Hanafi, the governor of the Red Sea, confirmed in press statements that the last tourist will leave the Red Sea on April 1.
Dozens of hotels and tourist villages in Hurghada continued to announce that they are free of any tourists after the end of the European tourists’ leave and their departure from their country, and not to receive any new tourists, with the implementation of the Ministry of Aviation’s decision to stop international aviation.
A number of owners of tourist villages in Hurghada and Marsa Alam decided to close their tourist villages due to the lack of occupations in them, after sterilization and disinfection operations were completed to face the spread of the Corona virus, and put workers in quarantine for a period of 14 days to ensure that they are free of infection with the virus to allow them to leave their original governorates.
Al-Masry Al-Youm monitored the departure of a number of tourists from a tourist village in Hurghada.
Hurghada International Airport had received about 200 empty flights without any passengers since last Thursday to implement the decision to stop international flying with permission to receive empty planes to organize trips for the return of tourists to their country after the end of their vacations in tourist villages as part of the state’s efforts to confront the new Corona virus, and that the majority of departing from the Germans And the English.
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