Iran has approved new restriction to combat the spread of the deadly coronavirus which is killing over 300 people across the country every day.
Wearing masks will be mandatory for all Iranian citizens nationwide as of Saturday, October 10, 2020, and offenders will be fined, a top healthcare official says.
As Iran marks the National Day of Tehran, Austrian Ambassador to Iran Stefan Scholz has praised the capital city as a lively city with a dynamic culture.
The ambassadors of France, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Germany along with Pirouz Hanachi, the mayor of Tehran, used their bicycles on Tuesday on the occasion of World Car-Free Day.
The Iranian president has expressed concern over a drop in the percentage of people who abide by health protocols amid a surge in the coronavirus outbreak.
A senior Iranian official says the idea of an “innovative city” can help tap into the existing potentialities to further boost innovative practices.
Paintings and murals that decorate the walls of the Iranian capital are sometimes lost in the city’s hustle and bustle.
The Municipality of Tehran's District 9 has used a creative way to remind citizens of the need to wear a mask in public places in order to contain the spread of the COVID-19.
The Iranian president has urged the COVID-19 task force to do something about those hiding their coronavirus infection.
Glass walls are to be erected at the edge of platforms in 35 subway stations across Tehran to prevent people committing suicide by jumping in front of the trains.