Noha Khader, Egypt’s ambassador to Senegal, said that the country has a 9-hour curfew starting from 9 pm to 6 am daily as a precaution, in light of the Corona pandemic, explaining that all necessary arrangements have been made to receive the Zamalek club mission, and provide all their requirements..
The ambassador added, in televised statements, to the Ontime Stadium program, on the On Time Sports channel, with the journalist Saif Zahir, on Saturday evening: “We are waiting for the arrival of Zamalek, this evening, and are ready to receive it. Mission. “
And she continued, “All preparations are in full effect in receiving the Zamalek club mission, and temperatures are moderate in Senegal from 20-24 degrees Celsius.”
Jimmy Pacheco, the technical director of the Zamalek team, is looking forward to reviewing the report of Dr. Mohamed Osama, head of the medical system, upon the arrival of the White Mission to Senegal, in preparation for the confrontation of Tuncheo in the second round of the group stage of the African Champions League, scheduled for next Tuesday.
The head of the medical apparatus in Zamalek arrived in Senegal yesterday evening, accompanied by Hamada Al-Daly, the team’s administrator, to follow up on the conditions of the hotel in which the White Mission will stay in Senegal, and the precautionary measures to prevent Corona virus.
Zamalek will play its last training session in Cairo at two in the afternoon, at the Abdel Latif Abu Rujaila stadium, before traveling to Senegal at seven in the evening, via a private plane from Cairo International Airport.