ICBPS MORNING BRIEF: Turkish Airlines Resume Flights To Iran Again
ICBPS Morning Brief– Turkish Airlines resumed flights to Iran again. Turkish Airlines have resumed flights to Tehran on Saturday after six months of suspension over the Iran COVID19 Coronavirus pandemic.
“There will be only seven flights per week between Tehran and Istanbul,” Alireza Majzubi, an official at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport announced on Saturday.
At least 31 flights per week were to be carried out to Tehran, Shiraz, Tabriz, Isfahan, and Mashhad before the pandemic hit the two countries.
Turkey has repeatedly extended the suspension of flights from and to its eastern neighbor after the Iran COVID19 Coronavirus trends graph on rose by over 300%.
Iran Coronavirus records are in a high-security alert.
Iran’s Coronavirus records [unofficially] to show over 110,000 people died with COVID19 symptoms up to September 7, versus 25,784 reported by the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI).
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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