Egypt will find itself in demand as a traffic lane in the days before the shift, as many fearful of the earthquakes and increasingly exploding volcanoes in lands to the east and north will attempt to travel to lands in Africa known to be stable. Crossing Arabia is not viable, due to the desert, and the Red Sea has its obvious land bridge at Egypt, thus migration will focus there. Attempting to stop the human horde will only cause it to flow like water, around barriers. After the shift, the bridge will be broken, but due to the water wash that will occur between the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, and the River Nile, there will be little left of coastal areas to salvage. Those in Egypt who hope to survive should move inland from the coastal areas well before the week of rotation stoppage, out of the traffic lane, ideally.
Note 7 of 10 Plate Movement commentary.
Note Red Sea 7 of 10 commentary.