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Iran's deputy health minister says he has coronavirus

Iran deputy health minister has coronavirus: Adviser

25.2.2020

Iran deputy health minister has coronavirus: Adviser

Iran 's deputy health minister has been infected with the new coronavirus, a ministry official said on Tuesday, amid a major outbreak in the ...

"I too have been infected with coronavirus," Harirchi said in the video apparently shot by himself."I wanted to tell you that ... we will definitely be victorious against this virus in the next few weeks," Harirchi declared.According to the health ministry, most of the deaths and infections outside Qom are among people who have recently visited the holy city.

Despite being Iran's epicentre of the outbreak, Qom has yet to be quarantined.

Read more: CNA

Iran coronavirus death toll rises by four to 12: ReportTEHERAN (AFP) - Four more people have died of coronavirus in Iran , a spokesman for Parliament said on Monday (Feb 24), bringing to 12 the country's overall death toll from the outbreak.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Iran news agency: Death toll from new virus in Qom is at 50A staggering 50 people have died in the Iran ian city of Qom from the new coronavirus this month, Iran 's semiofficial ILNA news agency reported on Monday. The new death toll is significantly higher than the latest number of confirmed cases of infections that Iran ian officials had reported just a

Iran reports 12 dead, 61 infected with COVID-19; government pledges transparencyDUBAI: Twelve people have died and 61 people have been infected with COVID-19, Iran 's Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi said during a news ... So many deaths. Expect far more cases realistically.......

Iran denies virus coverup after claim of 50 deathsTEHRAN: Iran 's government vowed Monday (Feb 24) to be transparent after being accused of covering up the deadliest coronavirus outbreak outside ...

'Recipe for a massive viral outbreak': Iran emerges as a worldwide coronavirus threatNEW YORK (NYTIMES) - Religious pilgrims, migrant workers, businessmen, soldiers and clerics all flow constantly across Iran 's frontiers, often crossing into countries with few border controls, weak and ineffective governments and fragile health systems.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Iran confirms two more coronavirus deaths: ReportsDUBAI: Two more Iran ians infected with COVID-19 have died, media website Eghtesaonline said on Tuesday (Feb 25), taking the death toll to 14 in ... Iran can contain COVID19 , wish them luck , i trust them , they have got abundance of Biological Research Scientists LOL , know what i mean LOL ?



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