The Islamic Republic added 500 new cases to yesterday’s total of Iranians who have tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) and officials say 107 patients have died as of Thursday morning March 5.
Iran continues to increase the numbers of people diagnosed with coronavirus and the dead, but still many believe the real figures are higher.
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Massive swarms of desert locusts have been arriving in Iran’s southern regions since late February. Government officials say the invasion is too huge to counter except with the use of pesticides.
Iran's Supreme Leader has issued a decree, circumventing parliament by allowing members of the budget committee of the Parliament to decide on Iran's budget bill for the next year.
One Iranian minister has accused another ministry of deceiving the people by claiming it can produce a huge quantity of medical masks.
Kyiv has once again demanded an "official apology" from Tehran for the downing of the Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) passenger plane, killing all 176 onboard.
Iran's Deputy Health Minister Alireza Raeesi says 1501 Iranians have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) and at least 66 have died until Monday morning March 2.
Iran's IRGC has come into the streets to fight coronavirus but it is partly a show and partly perhaps preventive in case of popular protests.
Iran's coronavirus epidemic has seriously impacted Iraq's social and economic life, with government imposing restrictions to control the contagion.
As the coronavirus crisis deepens in Iran, the health ministry on March 1 ordered all public hospitals to refrain from admitting any non-emergency patients and prepare to deal with COVID-19 cases.
As more members of Iran's political elite fall victim to the novel Coronavirus, the contagion appears to be closing in on the household of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.