Mohamed Othman, Vice President of the Chamber of Tourism in Luxor, confirmed that the city's hotels are working with utmost speed to prepare to receive tourism and reconcile its conditions before the start of the winter season, as so far 14 fixed hotels and five tourist restaurants have obtained a health safety certificate approved by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and Health to restart. Othman pointed out that the floating hotels are awaiting the decision of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities to open the application for them to reconcile their conditions and obtain health certificates, as most of them prepared to implement the precautionary measures that were put in place by the Council of Ministers. He pointed out that Luxor suffers severely from the stopping of the tourist movement, as 70% of the people of the governorate work in various tourism activities. Therefore, Luxor must return to the international tourism map after assessing the health status. He noted that a committee has been formed under his chairmanship that will provide all the expenses required for marketing and promotion, hosting tourist groups, producing promotional films for the return of tourism to Luxor and Aswan, and cultural tourism in general. Mohamed Othman, Vice President of the Chamber of Tourism Companies in Luxor said that the temples have opened their doors and are ready to receive tourists, praising the efforts of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the sterilization of comprehensive archaeological sites, as well as the renovations that took place in the Karnak Temple, pointing out that the Rams road is nearing completion with a length of 2.5 km. It links Karnak temples and Luxor Temple, stressing the importance of a grand ceremonial establishment during the opening. Egypt has resumed the tourist movement coming to it on the first of July, in only three governorates, which are South Sinai, the Red Sea and Marsa Matrouh, and the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities confirmed that since the resumption of the tourist movement, the cities of Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada received 48 flights from multiple countries, including flights from Ukraine Belarus, Switzerland and Hungary.