By Jubin Katiraie
A significant number of patients had been hospitalized for coronavirus in Qom and Tehran by February 4, according to documents produced by Iran’s National Emergency Organization.
By Pooya stone
On 1 April 2020, a news item became controversial regarding the coronavirus outbreak in Iran. An Iranian doctor's dispute with the regime’s Ministry of Health over a Japanese drug that is said to have had a positive effect on a number of patients with the coronavirus and has been able to control the disease.
By Pooya Stone
As Iran’s death toll of the novel coronavirus climbs daily, government-linked profiteers deceived a significant number of citizens who look for a precautionary substance. In this context, a resident of Tabriz, a major city in northwestern Iran, provided a shocking report about the impact of this forgery.
Four anaesthesiologists have died from the coronavirus at Masih Daneshvari Hospital in Tehran, according to a health official.
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“Whereas many see the Corona/COVID-19 virus as a great disaster, I prefer to see it as a ‘great corrector,’” Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said on March 24.
Contrary to Iranian officials’ claims, the rate of infection with the novel coronavirus among Iranian families has increased. The authorized representative of the Health Ministry in Gilan Province Mohammad Hossein Ghorbani acknowledged 700 new cases in the province over four days.
After the emergence of the novel coronavirusin China, many states adopted pre-emptive measures to protect their nations against the disease. Due to the Iran-China partnership, the Iranian government not only rejected any precautionary actions but also continued its flights to/from this country and kept the people in the dark about the spread of COVID-19 in Iran until the death of two patients in Qom on February 19.
On April 14, human rights activists acknowledged more than 100 Iranian prisoners have been infected with the coronavirus in Urmia prison, northwestern Iran.
By Jubin Katiraie
Because of the Iranian government’s lack of support for workers, these hard-working strata are forced to go to work during the coronavirus outbreak. This is endangering them and their families to be infected with coronavirus and facing death.
After 40 days of parliament’s closure in Iran, on Tuesday, 7 April, in the first meeting of the deputies, which was presided due to the parliament speaker Ali Larijani's illness with the coronavirus, by the deputy speaker of the parliament, Massoud Pezeshkian.
The Iranian government has so far announced twelve deaths linked to the coronavirus outbreak, making Iran the country with the highest number of fatalities outside of China. While Turkey’s Health Minister said that his Iranian counterpart told him that 758 people could be infected.
The Iranian government is continuing flights to and from China, according to state-run media and state officials, despite the coronavirus outbreak in both countries that is causing most nations to suspend flights.
Iranian experts from all over the world held a briefing on the Coronavirus crisis in Iran at the United Nations’ Association of Accredited Correspondents (ACANU) on Thursday and presented a report that showed how the Iranian authorities’ cover-up created a catastrophe.
A fifth Iranian official has been dismissed for questioning the Health Ministry’s coronavirus statistics regarding infections, deaths, and whether the crisis is in any way under control.
Despite the huge coronavirus outbreak in Iran, the government’s department for countering the COVID-19 refrains from banning commuters from traveling as a critical measure to reduce risks.
Akhevan Akbari, the head of the Medical Sciences University in Ardebil, and Dr. Hassan Adeli, the head of Qom Medical Sciences University, were both forced out of their jobs by the Minister of Health, Saied Namaki after they made comments that contradicted the official version of events.
On Saturday, Iran’s Health Ministry said that 145 Iranians have died as a result of the COVID-19 virus, while 5,823 are infected.
The Iranian Ministry of Health has been pushed into the spotlight recently because of the coronavirus’ rapid spread in the country, coupled with a severe shortage of drugs and medical equipment.
The coronavirus is killing increased numbers of Iranian healthcare workers who are working on the front lines in under-equipped hospitals with a lack of basic personal protective equipment.
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