Improving Iran’s rank in the list of infected people of COVID-19
WANA (May 30) – According to the updated data in the “Worldometer” global table, the coronavirus (the cause of the disease Covid-19) has killed 65 patients in the last day and night in all the countries that provide official statistics, and 27,936 new infections have also been reported in the same period. Recorded time.
Also, according to official statistics, Iran has registered a total of 7 million 611 thousand 703 cases and 146 thousand 256 deaths due to the disease of covid-19. In recent days its rank in the list of infected people has improved, and from the position 18th has changed to 19th.
IRAN & COVID-19
Iran has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a high number of cases and deaths. The first cases of COVID-19 in Iran were reported in February 2020, and the country quickly became one of the worst-affected countries in the world.
Iran’s healthcare system has been stretched to its limits in response to the pandemic, with shortages of medical equipment and supplies, as well as a shortage of medical personnel. The government has taken a number of measures to try to control the spread of the virus, including implementing lockdowns, travel restrictions, and mandatory mask-wearing.
Despite these efforts, Iran has continued to experience a high number of cases and deaths. As of May 2023, there have been over 5 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Iran, with over 120,000 deaths.
The pandemic has also had a significant impact on Iran’s economy, which was already struggling due to US sanctions. The shutdown of businesses and restrictions on travel and trade have further exacerbated the economic challenges facing the country.
Iran has also been involved in the global effort to combat COVID-19, with Iranian scientists working on vaccine development and production. However, Iran’s ability to access vaccines has been limited by the US sanctions, which have made it difficult to obtain medical supplies and equipment.
Overall, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on Iran, both in terms of its public health and its economy. The country continues to face significant challenges in controlling the spread of the virus and in providing adequate healthcare to those affected.