Healthcare in Iran
The latest news and views about healthcare in Iran
The Iranian health ministry has announced that 23 people have tested positive for cholera across 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.
Iran has become the leading country in the region in battling and eliminating Malaria, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday.
Iranian Health Minister Bahram Einollahi says parliament has allocated 3 billion dollars for the Health Ministry to provide medicine and that the country’s healthcare system will face no shortages in this regard.
Iran's Ministry of Education has said the presence of students in classrooms is not optional and all schools are obliged to resume in-person teaching on Farvardin 14th (April 3rd).
Iran’s Health Ministry says the country has improved its ranking in terms of health technology by 60 steps over the past seven years. Deputy Health Minister for Research and Technology says Iran ranked 60th in a 132-country list in the world in 2021, which is a 60-step improvement compared to 2014.
Iranian Health Minister Bahram Einollahi has issued a stark warning about Iran’s alarmingly declining fertility rate.
A scientist warns that rate of cancer incidence among Iranians is on the rise, although the figures are still lower than the global average, calling for measures to contain the disease and lower the relevant fatalities.
The number of Covid cases in Iran are on the rise and now at least one city is marked orange, which means people there risk contracting the disease.
The health deputy of Iran’s Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences has said Varamin, on the southern edge of the capital Tehran is a cutaneous leishmaniasis endemic region in the country.
President Ebrahim Raisi has ordered Iranian health authorities to provide medicine for patients with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
Iran’s Health Ministry says officials are concerned about parallel outbreak of influenza as the country is fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Iranian health authorities have issued a license for the launch of the clinical trial of COVIRAN Barekat in the 12-18 age group.
Iran will have produced some 20 million doses of the Razi Cov Pars coronavirus vaccine by March 2022.
Iran’s Health Minister Bahram Einollahi says the new Iranian government has managed to administer over 100 million doses of Covid vaccine to citizens within its first 100 days in office.
Iran’s president says local producers of coronavirus vaccines should be supported by buying their products in advance.
The vaccination process continues in Iran with healthcare workers having administered another 638,000 doses of Covid vaccine to people over the past 24 hours.
Iran's Health Ministry says over 1,078,000 more doses of coronavirus vaccine have been administered across the country over the past 24 hours.