Egypt Lifts Coronavirus Nighttime Curfew

Egypt is gradually loosening its partial coronavirus lockdown.
Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly said Tuesday that his government would reopen mosques and churches starting Saturday and the ban on Friday’s Muslim prayers at mosques and Sunday’s masses at churches would remain in place for now.
He says restaurants, coffee shops, clubs and theaters will allowed to reopen at 25% capacity. The government has also extended the hours public and private transposition can operate by four hours, until midnight. It also lifted the country's nighttime curfew.
Madbouky says Egypt's beaches and parks remain closed until further notice.