Infographic .. The Cabinet denies 12 rumors, the most prominent of which is tuberculosis among livestock


The Media Center of the Council of Ministers monitored 12 rumors on social media and news sites, during the period from August 28 to September 4, 2020, according to the assignment of Dr. Mustafa Madbouly, Prime Minister.

The Media Monitoring Center called on all media outlets and social media users to investigate accuracy and objectivity in publishing news, and to communicate with the concerned authorities to make sure before publishing information that is not based on any facts and leads to confusion and anxiety among citizens.

We monitor the most prominent rumors in the following lines

The government’s intention to extend the reconciliation period for some building violations for a new period.

Weak preventive measures to confront the Corona virus at Egyptian airports, coinciding with the decline in the number of virus infections.

Raise airline ticket prices to compensate for the losses resulting from the flight suspension during the Corona crisis.

– The government’s tendency to sell the subway facility to foreign companies.

Imposing fines on citizens whose electricity consumption exceeds the fifth bracket.

Abolishing free education in public universities, starting from the 2020/2021 academic year.

– Reopening the coordination of the first stage of university admission.

– Outbreaks of tuberculosis among livestock in various governorates of the Republic.

– Pulling old metal plates of cars when the electronic sticker is not installed.

Selling some of the Nile River islands belonging to nature reserves to foreign investors.

– Egyptian rice contains high levels of toxic arsenic.

– Discontinuing the offering of “Ibn Misr” certificates with a return of 15%.


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