The Egyptian artist, Rajaa El-Gedawy, died today, Sunday, at the age of 82, after being 43 days in the health isolation of Abu Khalifa Hospital in Ismailia, since she was infected with Corona virus, according to what her daughter, Princess Hassan Mukhtar, announced.
Al-Jeddawi was present on an artificial respirator, inside the intensive care unit of the hospital, after her deteriorating health condition.
It is noteworthy that since the artist entered hospital sanitation last May 24, the artist performed 3 swabs of "pcr" analyzes, the first was three days after her entry, and its result appeared positive, and the second after two days of injecting it into the plasma serum recovered, and also the positive result, and the third smear that took place Over the past days, its result has been positive.
It is noteworthy that Al-Jeddawi married the early seventies of Hassan Mukhtar, the Ismaili goalkeeper coach and the former Egypt team, who died on March 5, 2016, and has a single daughter who is a princess and does not work in the technical field, and is married to businessman Mohamed Hindi. The artist also has a single granddaughter named Rawda.
Rajaa al-Jeddawi, born on September 6, 1938 in Ismailia, is the niece of the artist, Tahia Karioka. She received her first education in the Franciscan schools in Cairo, then worked in the translation department of an advertising company and was chosen to be a model after her victory as Queen of Beauty of the Egyptian Country in 1958, and at the same time she knew the way to art.