By Pooya Stone
As a result of the Iranian regime’s indifference over the coronavirus outbreak in the country, the deadly epidemic entered a new phase, and “each infected person is like a [corona]virus bomb,” according to the parliament’s deputy speaker Massoud Pezashkian on March 3.
by Pooya Stone
For four decades, the ayatollahs are the main reason for pushing Iran into political, economic, and social collapse. Now, Qom, where the major seminaries of the country are located, has become the epicenter of the coronavirus.
The Iranian Parliament’s Health Commission Deputy Chair and the Health Minister’s representative in Gilan Province, Mohammad Hossein Ghorbani, wrote in a confidential report to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s office that 408 people,
By Jubin Katiraie
The latest reports from Iran indicate that more than 8,200 people have died after contracting Coronavirus in Iran. The Iranian government, since the very start of the outbreak, has been negligent and has refused to deal with the problem head-on.
The Iranian regime's prisons and detention centers were one of the most vulnerable centers of the coronavirus due to the criminal negligence of the regime’s officials.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Even though the deaths of at least 3000 people, including several young healthcare professionals who were denied essential medical equipment, from the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in Iran
These days, the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak have reflected in Iranian authorities’ remarks and each faction is blaming the other for the rapid spread of the virus in Iran.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has downplayed the country’s COVID-19 outbreak, even describing it as a “blessing”, and advised Iranians to pray to “ward off” the virus.
By Pooya Stone
Iranian officials are spreading conspiracy theories of "Biochemistry" or "Bio-Terrorism" to find a way for the crime that they have committed to hiding the coronavirus outbreak in Iran and causing thousands of deaths.
With the passing of every day, more evidence proves the Iranian government's role over the coronavirus outbreak by mismanagement and secrecy. In addition to spreading the COVID-19 across the country, prison guards' neglect has resulted in an irreparable calamity among prisoners, particularly political prisoners.
The outbreak of the coronavirus in Iran, in addition to its social consequences, has specific economic consequences, and workers at certain businesses, including miners, are at high risk.
Medical experts from 12 countries have written to the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, to say that the Iranian people are victims of a government that prioritizes the interests of a few, over the needs to the many.
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