ICBPS MORNING BRIEF: Iran COVID19 Death Toll Hits Again
ICBPS Morning Brief– Iran COVID19 Death Toll hit again as 166 patients have passed away, 2,845 new Coronavirus cases have been identified.
The Islamic health ministry in Iran announced on Saturday that 2,845 new Coronavirus positive cases have been identified throughout the country during the past 24 hours, added that 166 people with COVID19 symptoms were died during the same period.
“The total number of COVID-19 patients has increased to 419,043,” according to the Health Ministry Spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari.
On September 16, officials declared that Iran COVID19 death toll hit the third peak as over 1,000 new COVID19 Coronavirus cases have been detected in the Iranian capital Tehran during the past 48 hours – that increased compared to last week.
As of today [September 16], unofficially, over 100,000 people have died with COVID19 symptoms in at least 433 cities throughout Iran, versus 23,632 reported by the government in Tehran.
On September 1, Turkey announced that it suspended all its flights from and to the country following the Iran Coronavirus records.
Iran Coronavirus records have forced Turkey to postpone all its flights from and to the country. Turkey has suspended all flights to and from Iran until October 4 after the Coronavirus trends graph on rising anew by over 300%, ICBPS reported.
Turkish airlines have changed the resumption of flights to and from Iran from September 4 to October 4, said the head of the country’s Civil Aviation Organization Dehghani Zanganeh.
On July 18, in an unprecedented statement, IRI’s president Hassan Rouhani exposed that more than 25 million Iranians have been contracted Coronavirus in the country so far.
“It is estimated that 25 million Iranians are infected with the virus in the last 150 days, and that another 35 million are at risk of acquiring it,” ICBPS quoted the so-called moderate
Iran’s Leaked Data forced the so-called president to admit the real positive cases apparently.
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