The training session saw Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, wait for group training after his arrival from England on Sunday evening.
Ayman Ashraf, the Al-Ahly defender, who suffers from a rough knee, missed the group training.
Ayman Ashraf only ran solo around the stadium under the supervision of the medical apparatus.
It is expected that the position of Ayman Ashraf will be determined whether or not to travel with the team’s delegation in the coming hours.
Abdullah Jumaa was exempted from participating in the collective training session after he trained this morning with his team Zamalek before joining the national team camp.
Juma joined the ranks of the Pharaohs to make up for the absence of his colleague Ahmed Fattouh, who was ill.
Jumaa underwent a medical examination to detect the Coronavirus and was isolated at the hotel, awaiting the results of its results.
The national team is running its last training session in Egypt at ten in the morning tomorrow, Tuesday, before heading to Kenya at exactly one in the afternoon on board a private plane.
The national team, Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, Mahmoud Hussein, head of the Youth and Sports Committee in the House of Representatives, and Ahmed Mujahid, head of the tripartite committee overseeing the Football Association, attended the delegation, who would head the mission to Kenya.
Arsenal’s Mohamed El-Nani, and Aston Villas Mahmoud Trezeguet, are expected to arrive at nine in the evening.
The Pharaohs will meet Kenya next Thursday at 6:00 pm Cairo time.