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Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Last Night’s Talk Shows on 2 December 2020

The new operating hours regs received attention on the airwaves last night: Masaa DMC's Ramy Radwan interviewed Mohamed Al Fayoumi, the treasurer of the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce, for his take on the regs, while Khaled Qassem, spokesperson for the Local Development Ministry, was back to outline the penalties for non-compliance on Yahduth Fi Misr (watch, runtime 3:22 | 2:54).

On a related note: Unlicensed shops will now be able to be able to apply for temporary licenses until they go fully legit after the House Local Development Committee yesterday issued regulations, MP and committee member Ahmed El Seginy told Al Hayah Al Youm’s Mohamed Sherdy (watch, runtime: 23:52).

Also on the airwaves last night:

  • Another warning to take covid seriously: The cold weather and a lack of public discipline keeping to precautionary measures is to blame for the rising cases, Gihan Al Assal, deputy of the Health Ministry’s Scientific Committee, reiterated on Ala Mas’ouleety (watch, runtime: 9:13).
  • The story of a doctor unlucky enough to catch covid-19 three times received coverage from Yahduth Fi Misr’s Sherif Amer (watch, runtime: 3:28) and Al Hayah Al Youm’s Mohamed Sherdy (watch, runtime: 3:57).

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