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Iran’s National Headquarters to Fight Coronavirus has announced that low-risk businesses can restart their activities in coming days after registering on the website of the Ministry of Health and receiving a code.
Iran’s nuclear chief has vowed that the country's nuclear industry will do its best to help the healthcare system's fight against the novel coronavirus.
The Head of Iran’s Food and Drug Organization says one million three-layer masks are now being produced every day in the country, but the number is expected to reach five million a day in the next two to three weeks.
Iranian Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Masoumeh Ebtekar has written a letter to the women political leaders of the world, highlighting the impact of the US sanctions on Iran’s ability to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
Iran’s president says if Afghans residing in Iran are infected with the coronavirus, they must be treated free of charge, because Iran and its neighbours are linked, and they should help each other in this situation.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has voiced Tehran’s support for the peace process in Afghanistan, saying Iran is ready to contribute to the settlement of the disputes that have arisen after the recent Afghan presidential election.
Iran’s Minister of Health Saeed Namaki said the coronavirus pandemic is expected to be contained in a couple of provinces within the next few days.