Mohamed Salah is fit for Egypt's World Cup group match with Russia on Tuesday, says the Egyptian Football Association.
Salah, 25, was an unused substitute in his country's 1-0 defeat by Uruguay in their opening group game on Thursday when he was also declared fit.
He injured his shoulder playing for Liverpool in the Champions League final on 26 May.
"He was fit to play against Uruguay but the coach did not want to take the risk," said the EFA.
Without Salah, who scored 44 times for Liverpool this season, Egypt lacked a cutting edge but had looked on course to earn a point in their first match at a World Cup finals since 1990 before Jose Gimenez's 90th-minute goal.
After the game, Egypt coach Hector Cuper said: "Mo Salah is an extremely important player for us, nobody can deny that, but you need to have a good team, and we have a good team.
"Perhaps if Mo had been on the pitch today the outcome would have been different but we can't know that.
"Certainly he has contributed a great amount to the team and will contribute in future matches.
"We wanted to avoid any risks in this match, but I think he will be fine for the next game."
The EFA added that midfielder Tarek Hamed, 32, will also be fit to face Russia at the St Petersburg Stadium after he left the pitch against Uruguay with a back injury.
"Hamed had an X-ray and he is good and will be fit for the second match," they said.
The injury that forced Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah to leave the pitch 30 minutes into the Champions League final has stirred widespread online anger among Egyptians.
Egyptian Salah sustained an injury to his left shoulder after Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos grabbed his arm while both were tussling for the ball.
Salah, who left the pitch in tears, broke the heart of many fans who showed him their love and support on social media.
Several Arabic hashtags supportive of Salah and furious at Ramos were trending after the match, garnering thousands of tweets.
Many users, in posts with the #Ramosthedog (14.9K tweets) and #Ramostheanimal (47.9K tweets), considered the injury as no accident.
"No player goes down clutching the players arm like this. It was intentional. He deserves to get banned," @MemoK896 tweeted.
Expressing a similar view, Syrian @Ismail_hajOsman said: "He did it on purpose."
"I've never seen Egyptians this furious in my entire life. Oh Ramos! what have you done?" @EmanMohy74 tweeted.
"Egyptians coming for Ramos if Salah misses the World Cup like..." @Boshkaaaaa threatened.
Most users were worried about Salah's condition, showing massive support for their beloved star in trending hashtags like: "We are all Liverpool."
"He is in the hospital for an X-ray. It's either the collarbone or the shoulder itself. It doesn't look good, that's it," Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp said.
Egypt's sports minister announced that the Liverpool star would be fit to join Egypt at the World Cup in Russia next month.
"Diagnosis shows simply that he suffered an injury in the shoulder joint ligaments. Time expected for treatment is two weeks, God willing," Khaled Abdul Aziz wrote on Facebook.
Egyptian president Abdul Fattah al-Sisi wished Salah a speedy recovery, tweeting in Arabic: "My heartfelt wishes to the Egyptian champion Mohamed Salah for a speedy recovery after his injury.
"I hope he is back to the pitch soon and that he continues to be a shining Egyptian star."
"We are waiting for you, Salah," added Stoke City's Egyptian footballer Ramadan Sobhi.
After the game, the British Ambassador in Egypt, John Casson, wrote in Egyptian Arabic: "Everyone in coffee shops is sad. It is all because of you, Ramos. God willing, you will recover Abou-Makka [in reference to Salah] and shine in the World Cup. We are all behind you."
Meanwhile, an online petition calling on European football's governing body Uefa and world governing body Fifa to punish Ramos had gained more than 166,000 signatures at 1600 GMT on Sunday.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah will be honoured with his own exhibit in the British Museum's Egyptian collection.
The Egypt international has impressed this season, winning the Premier League golden boot with a record 32 goals.
His boots will go on display in the run up to Liverpool's Champions League final match against Real Madrid.
"The boots tell a story of a modern Egyptian icon, performing in the UK, with a truly global impact," said exhibit keeper Neal Spencer.
"This acquisition builds on our recent project to acquire objects to tell the story of day-to-day life in 20th and 21st century Egypt."
Salah also played a key role in Egypt’s qualification for the World Cup and is set to feature for them in Russia this summer.