Egypt To Allow Wedding Ceremonies, Cultural Events In Open-air Venues


Egypt to allow wedding ceremonies, cultural events in open-air venues

Tue, 15 Sep 2020 | By middleeastmonitor | 6 Hits

Egypt will allow wedding ceremonies and cultural events to be held in openair venues from September 21 after months of banning them in an attempt to contain the spread of the coronavirus the cabinet said on Monday Openair weddings would be allowed in tourist and hotel facilities that obtained health safety certificates with a maximum of 300 invitees it added in a statement These facilities would also be able to host meetings and conferences with not more than 150 participants it said Cultural exhibitions including book fairs would be all >>READ MORE



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