Iran has unveiled its domestically-made coronavirus test kit and announced its mass-production has begun by the defence ministry.
The Basij force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has unveiled the first mobile coronavirus testing machine capable of carry 200 test samples.
Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology says with the help of knowledge-based companies, different types of mask production machines are being made in the country.
Iran’s industry ministry has started to distribute millions of masks in medical universities across the country.
A senior Iranian official says all national resources have been utilized to produce face masks, disinfectants and other medical equipment amid the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
The CEO of a major hygienic products company in Tehran says the company is ready to produce 90 tonnes of disinfectant gel and liquid daily to fight against coronavirus.
Iran's Health Ministry spokesman says the country's defence ministry experts have developed coronavirus testing kits, which will be mass produced in coming days.
The postal service of Iran is going to utilize electric motorcycles as part of plans to curb air pollution.
Iran’s industry minister says his ministry is fully prepared to manufacture or import the hygiene equipment needed to control coronavirus in cooperation with the industrial and commercial units.
Chief of IRGC’s Khatam al-Anbiya Construction Headquarter Saeed Mohammad says in cooperation with domestic companies in recent years, Khatam al-Anbiya Construction Headquarter has saved $ 7 billion for the country.