How to buy medicine in Egypt

Health workers at a Cairo hospital say they have seen a rise in patients coming to them for treatment after the government declared a state of emergency in the capital over the outbreak.

“The number of patients has gone up, it’s been up more than 200 per cent.

It’s the biggest increase we’ve seen in the last month,” said Salma al-Shami, who works at a health centre near Cairo.

“It’s the worst we’ve ever seen.

I’m a nurse and we don’t have enough medicines.”

Salma said she was taking advantage of the increased demand as many of the patients she treated were critically ill and needed immediate care.

Health minister Nasser al-Zahrani said the emergency is to protect Egypt’s public health infrastructure.

“There are several health emergencies occurring in the country and we need to get them under control,” he said.

Egypt is the world’s top producer of prescription medicines.

It has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

There have been more than 4,600 deaths in the past six weeks.

Egypt has the highest death rate in the world with 1,534 deaths per 100,000 people.

Egypt’s health ministry says the number of deaths in Egypt was 4,914 last week.

The country has also been hit by the global financial crisis and the rise of ISIS.

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Egypt is experiencing a shortage of antibiotics to treat patients with pneumonia.

According to a new report by Egyptian health minister Abdul Fattah Al-Zahri, the Ministry of Health has not issued a single order for antibiotics since April 20.

The Ministry said the shortage is due to a shortage in its capacity to procure the medicines.

“The Ministry of Healthcare has no resources to procure these medicines,” Al-Sebi told Al-Ahram.

In October, Egypt’s health ministry said that the number of infections from the coronavirus outbreak has risen to 9,000.

This is the fourth consecutive month that Egypt has reported a significant increase in the number and severity of respiratory infections.

Last week, Egypt recorded the worst respiratory infection outbreak since the outbreak of the virus in 2011.

Since the start of the outbreak, there have been at least 14 deaths and 1,500 cases of pneumonia.

The country has seen an increase in new cases in recent weeks.

How to find a local pharmacy that’s safe to buy from

Egypt has become a “virtual pharmacy” for many Egyptians, and its only one they can access with their credit cards.

But a shortage of doctors has forced many people to use the black market.

Dr. Mohamed el-Moussa says that in recent years, he has seen patients who have died after taking the black box.

“Many times when they have come to me, they have asked me to give them medicine and I haven’t been able to do that because they don’t have a doctor,” he said.

Dr Mohamed el-‘Mussa works as a pharmacist in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.

He says he sees patients in desperate need of medication.

“When you see a patient, they’re really desperate.

They want to get medical care.

They don’t know what to do.”

Egypt has about 1.3 million pharmacies, but there are only around 40 licensed doctors.

Some of those are paid employees, but many are unemployed.

Many of the doctors have only a few hours’ work a week, while others work overtime.

“I don’t think the doctors are paid.

They work for the government,” said Mohamed.

“We have a shortage in the country,” he added.

Dr el-Mussa says many of the drugs are not as safe as they are advertised, and there are even less available for patients who need them.

He also believes that the government should consider changing the law, so that doctors are more likely to be licensed.

“Doctors are the ones who are supposed to give medical care to people.

But they don ‘t have a job.

They’re not getting paid for their work.

So they have no incentive to give medicine to patients,” he explained.

“It’s the patients who are the problem.”

Many of Egypt’s medical clinics are run by private companies that charge up to $500 a month for a license.

But the government does not allow any private clinics to operate in Egypt.

Many pharmacies are owned by the Egyptian government, and are owned in accordance with the law.

There are also government-owned pharmacies in Cairo, as well as some privately owned ones.

The government is also not allowing any other private clinics from operating in Egypt, but this does not mean that they are all safe.

“There are no government-operated private clinics in Egypt right now,” said el-Masry.

“The only clinics we have are the government-run ones,” said Dr el-‘Masry, who is also the CEO of a hospital in Cairo.

“And the government can’t make them go out of business.”

Dr el Masry says he has had patients die after using the black-box medicine, including one who died after having the medication for two weeks.

“People can’t get the medicines, they don’ t know what they’re taking,” he recalled.

“They’re not aware of what they should do or shouldn’t do.

We have many cases of people dying, because the medication they were given was not effective,” he continued.

Egypt is experiencing a shortage.

In 2016, Egypt reported over 1,100 new cases of HIV and AIDS.

This year, the country reported over 2,000 new cases, according to the World Health Organization.

“Some of these people have been dying from over a year, and now they’re dying because they can’t afford medication,” said El-Masary.

“A lot of the people have no income.

They can’t feed their families.

So there is a huge need in Egypt,” he concluded.

The lack of safe medicine has created an epidemic of antibiotic resistance, which has led to a deadly epidemic of TB and other diseases.

The Egyptian government has promised to fix this, but it has only been partially implemented.

“What we have is an enormous amount of drugs that have no effect.

The quality of the medicine is so bad that we can’t even compare with other countries.

We’re talking about hundreds of billions of dollars worth of drugs,” said Ibrahim El-Bassa, an Egyptian economist and an expert on tuberculosis and HIV.

“But we can only deal with this problem by finding a way to control the demand, which is what we need,” he stated.

The problem is also evident in the United States.

Dr Bassa believes that Egypt could become the next “virtual” pharmacy, with the government offering patients access to generic drugs.

“For me, that would be a step forward because there are so many medicines, but we’re not doing anything yet,” he remarked.

“In the US, there are already some generic drugs available, but the quality is not good,” he went on.

We can only do so if we find a way for the people to get medication,” he”

So, I don’t believe the US can be the next virtual pharmacy.

We can only do so if we find a way for the people to get medication,” he