| Daily dose of national anthem in hospitals stuns Egyptians | Daily dose of national anthem in hospitals stuns Egyptians

[News24] - 07/11/2018

A decision by Egypt's new health minister to have intercoms in state hospitals play the national anthem every morning, followed by a recitation of the Hippocratic oath, has set off a storm on social media across the country.

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