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The Egyptian FA’s (EFA) technical director Mahmoud Saad has fully recovered from coronavirus just days after contracting the disease.
All sport activities in Egypt have been temporarily suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
And up until now there have been a total of 27,536 confirmed cases and 1,000 deaths.
Even though the situation continues to worsen, Egypt’s sports minister Ashraf Sobhi confirmed, in accordance with prime minister Mostafa Madbouly, that football activities are expected to return by mid-June.
This decision came even though many sports personalities were infected with the virus including Nogoom FC vice president, Zamalek basketball player Shaaban Abdelwahab and Wadi Degla’s youth coach Alaa Abdo.
The EFA’s technical director, Mahmoud Saad, also tested positive for COVID-19 on May 28th. And now the EFA have announced on their Facebook account that Saad recovered just six days later.
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