In yet another shocking move, Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Iranian Army on Friday claimed they have invented disinfection vehicles, mobile hospitals and other medical equipment as the country marked its army day.
At least 23 Iranians in the central province of Isfahan were detained on charges of “publishing rumors about the coronavirus outbreak and disrupting public opinion,” a police force told Avatoday.
Videos from Iran show members of Basiji forces are collecting money from citizens to help fight coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Based on the reports received by Avatoday from the city of Saqez, more than 125 people including medical staff who were diagnosed with the coronavirus died in Imam the cities’ two hospitals.
Tens of people including 15 health personnel in Kurdistan Province’s city of Dehgolan have been diagnosed with Coronavirus while the city suffers from lack of COVID-19 test kits, source said on Saturday.
Dr. Rahim Yousifpour, a specialist from Kurdish city of Saqez published a video on his Instagram page on Friday saying he is under constant pressure from judiciary due to his pre-warning about coronavirus outbreak.
A United Nations rights official on Friday expressed its concern over prisoners after reports of unrest in facilities provoked by worries over a coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Iran accused of being behind hackers who have tried to hack the personal email accounts of personnel at the World Health Organisation amid the coronavirus outbreak.
25 health personnel of Besat Hospital in the Kurdish city of Sine (Sanandaj) have been infected with Coronavirus due to lack of proper protection equipment, three sources confirmed to Avatoday on Thursday.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday said that his country may consider easing international sanctions against other nations including Tehran in an attempt to help these countries combat coronavirus epidemic, Reuters report.