Eng. Mohsen Salah, Chairman of the Arab Contractors Company, stated that what was published on one of the websites affiliated to a terrorist group is not true at all.\r\n\r\nHe affirmed that what was published regarding the suspension of the company's work in the projects of the New Administrative Capital (NAC) due to the infection of some workers with the Coronavirus is unfounded.\r\n\r\nEng. M. <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/tanzanian-president-attends-ceremony-of-laying-the-foundation-stone-for-rufiji-dam\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Salah<\/a> clarified that all the company's projects in the NAC, \u00a0New Alameen, New Mansoura and all other projects across the country go normally.\r\n\r\nThose projects didn't stop as the company is taking all the precautionary measures, including measuring the temperature of the workers to ensure their safety, as well as conducting a major cleansing campaign for all the branches, departments, projects and rest houses of the company and the various means of transport.\r\n\r\nThe company also constantly raises awareness among workers to urge them to avoid infection with the virus.\r\n\r\nEng. Salah added that the company takes all measures in line with the state\u2019s decisions to preserve the health of workers.\r\n\r\nThose measurements include granting sick leaves to people of chronic diseases, pregnant women and mothers who care for children under 12 years of age.\r\n\r\nThe company reduces density within the headquarters.\r\n\r\nThe medical department of the company is following the health status of the company\u2019s employees in all locations.\r\n\r\nThe chairman of the Arab Contractors Company called on all not to spread rumors and not to circumvent those sites that promulgate rumors.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, Atomstroyexport, the subsidiary of Russia\u2019s Rosatom nuclear engineer overseeing the construction of Egypt\u2019s Dabaa nuclear power plant, announced that three Egyptian contractors had won the tender for the first phase of the work.\r\n\r\nThe three- Petrojet, Hassan Allam and the <a href="http:\/\/www.globalconstructionreview.com\/news\/first-contracts-awarded-egypts-25bn-dabaa-nuclear-\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Arab<\/a> Contractors, were picked from a shortlist of 10 to carry out site preparation work, Egypt Independent reports.\r\n\r\nThis part of the project is due to start in the summer and be completed by the end of 2022.\r\n\r\nGrigory Sosnin, the Atomstroyexport vice president in charge of Dabaa, said the presence of Egyptian contractors was one of his company\u2019s \u201cutmost priorities\u201d. The company has set a target of\u00a0 20% of Egyptian participation in the construction of the reactors.\r\n\r\nEarlier this month, Atomstroyexport organized a training course for Egyptian engineers at the Kursk II plant, which is being built in Russia.\r\n\r\nOleg Yakovlev, deputy director for construction at Atomstroyexport\u2019s Egyptian arm, said: \u201cThe more time we spend together, and the more we discuss various construction stages, the better we understand each other and all the technical aspects of construction.\u201d\r\n\r\nAtomstroyexport will issue another tender this year for the remainder of the construction work.\r\n\r\nThe deal to build Dabaa was agreed between presidents Vladimir Putin and Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi in December 2018. Russia has agreed to loan Egypt $25bn to finance the plant, with Egypt repaying the money an interest rate of 3% annually, beginning in 2029.