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An Iranian medical expert has warned of a new wave of the Coronavirus as authorities lift mandatory requirements for wearing mask in public places outdoors.
A senior Iranian health official has advised everyone to get all the three recommended doses of vaccine against COVID-19, amid a slight rise, over the past days, in cases of infection with the coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease.
The Iranian health ministry has announced that 23 people have tested positive for cholera across the country.
An Iranian Health Ministry official says no confirmed cases of monkeypox have so far been registered in the country, as the rare disease, which was once endemic to Africa, continues to spread in different world countries.
The Iranian health ministry has said Covid has left no deaths for the second day in a row in the country. But the number of new infections remains high despite the zero death toll.
An expert has warned that Iran is in a fragile situation in terms of the coronavirus outbreak and urged people not to let their guards down against the disease.
Iran’s national headquarters against coronavirus says people are no longer required to wear masks in outdoor areas for the time being, as the country has managed to keep the spread of COVID-19 under control.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has urged all Iranians to observe health protocols despite that the downward trend in Covid deaths and infections is holding in the country.
An Iranian health official warns that 30 people have been diagnosed with the Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) in the country, advising those in contact with the livestock to take precautions against the viral disease.
The director of Iran’s Red Crescent Society has declared readiness to send aid to eastern Afghanistan where a powerful earthquake has caused heavy casualties and massive damage.
The Iranian Health Ministry announced on Wednesday that 256 new cases of coronavirus infection have been identified across the country during the past 24 hours, adding that 3 patients have died of the disease in the same period of time.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has hailed Iranian doctors and nurses for their efforts to contain the Coronavirus during the pandemic that plagued the country for over two years.
The first shipment of Iran’s domestically-produced Covid-19 vaccine arrived in Nicaragua on Tuesday following a bilateral deal for exporting the COVIran Barakat vaccine to the Latin American country in March.