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Iran’s ministry of health says there are no red cities in the country now in terms of risk from Covid-19.
The death toll from the coronavirus in Iran closed to 144,500 on Tuesday, according to official figures. More than 230 patients are in intensive care units nationwide.
The Iranian Health Ministry’s Monday figures show that Covid has killed 18 people in the past 24 hours in the country. The daily caseload also stands at 726.
The Iranian Health Ministry says 100 more Iranian cities have returned to the ‘blue’ or ‘normal’ category on the country’s color-coded Covid-19 map as the seventh wave of infections with coronavirus keeps waning.
Iranian health ministry figures on Wednesday showed that coronavirus had killed 22 more people and infected 650 others in the country over the past 24 hours.
Middlemen in Iran are making a fortune as they arrange trips to the country by foreign tourists coming here to both have fun and undergo medical treatment, especially beauty operations.
The Iranian health ministry figures on Saturday showed that more than 300 people had tested positive for the Covid in the past 24 hours. The number of deaths from the Coronavirus pandemic also increased to 144,154 with 19 more people killed by the deadly disease.
The diminishing coronavirus cases and deaths in Iran show that the seventh wave of the surge in the country driven by BA.4 and BA.5 sub-strains of the Omicron variant is over, a top Iranian epidemiologist and infectious diseases specialist says.
The Iranian Health Ministry reports a notable decrease in the number of cities classified as ‘red’ or ‘high-risk’ and ‘orange’ or ‘moderate risk’ on the country’s color-coded coronavirus map as the seventh wave of infections keeps receding.