While health authorities in Iran have announced the seventh wave of Covid-19 pandemic, the government organized a “10-kilometer-long” ceremony to celebrate a religious holiday in Tehran.
While cholera is spreading in western Iran there are reports of deadly outbreaks of the disease in Afghanistan and Iraq, raising concerns of a regional pandemic.
The growing number of Covid-19 patients in Iran has prompted the Health Ministry to announce new restrictions in the country while several provinces are deemed "red zones.”
As Iran’s Health Ministry announced that the number of people hospitalized due to Covid-19 complications have tripled, new variants are about to sweep across the country.
A group of lawyers and civil rights activists who had filed a lawsuit against Iran’s Supreme Leader for "Covid mismanagement" were given harsh sentences, their attorney said on Monday.
Iranian nurses are outraged over recent remarks by President Ebrahim Raisi who said that during the Covid-19 pandemic, Basijis and Islamic scholars taught doctors and nurses how to serve the people.
The spokesman for Iran’s Covid-19 taskforce says the country is ready to send medical personnel and vaccines to China if needed.
While Iran’s national carrier, Iran Air says Iraq does not allow entry to visitors who have received Iranian-made Covid-19 vaccines, the Interior Ministry says it is not aware of such a restriction.
The number of deaths in Iran since Covid-19 began has been 300,000 higher than previous years, suggesting pandemic deaths may be more than officially reported.
Iran is enduring its sixth wave of infections by the Covid-19 as the daily death roll reached 227 on Wednesday, with 70 in Tehran.
Iran is returning about 820,000 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines donated to the country by Poland presumably because they were made in the United States.
Despite the highly contagious Covid-19 Omicron variant spreading fast across Iran, President Ebrahim Raisi has rejected proposals for a nationwide shutdown.
The Iranian parliament has suspended its public sessions because at least 47 lawmakers have come down with Covid-19 while about a dozen have been hospitalized.
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