Latest Health and Medical News in Iran – Healthcare in Iran – Medical news and articles from across Iran, exploring various health challenges and developments faced nationally and globally.
Iran is in a favorable situation in terms of handling the Covid-19 pandemic, but the country needs to take more robust steps to prevent the disease from rearing its head again, a top virology expert says.
A member of Iran’s Scientific Committee on the Coronavirus has criticized the national broadcasting organization for a TV show in which a “feast of abandoning of face masks” was held.
For the first time in 28 months, the daily-recorded number of infections with Covid-19 has dropped to the two-digit mark, Iran’s Health Ministry reports.
Covid’s daily death toll in Iran has reached zero two years and a hundred days after the disease began to take a toll on the country. That’s according to the Iranian health ministry figures released on Thursday.
Covid has killed 5 people in the past 24 hours in Iran. That’s according to the Iranian Health Ministry on Tuesday.
Iranian Health Ministry figures showed on Monday that the Coronavirus had killed two people in the past 24 hours. The number of new infections were however 240 including 63 hospitalizations.
The head of the vaccination department of Iran’s Health Ministry predicts that all Iranians will be able to get their fourth shot of Covid vaccine in the second half of the Persian year of 1401.
The Iranian health minister says the country has exported 4 million doses of Covid vaccine to Venezuela.
Official data released on Friday show that a mere 42 people have required professional medical help for COVID-19 at Iranian hospitals over the past 24 hours.
Iranian Health Minister has told the World Health Organization’s Secretary General Tedros Adhanom that Iran has successfully contained the Covid pandemic thanks to round-the-clock efforts by its healthcare staff and people’s support for the drive.
The Iranian Health Ministry says no monkeypox case has been discovered in the country yet.