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Iran: Coronavirus Fatalities in 431 Cities Is Raised To More Than 102,600

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  • The spokesperson for the Health Ministry: 88 cities are red, and 90 are in an alarming state. There are no cities free of Coronavirus. In the third week of September, the highest number of infections were in Bushehr, Qom, and Lorestan provinces, and the highest number of deaths were in North Khorasan, Semnan, and Isfahan.
  • Shahrbanoo Amani Member of Tehran City Council: There are 14.7 million students across the country, 2 million of which are in the capital. If one percent contracts the Coronavirus, we will face a human catastrophe.
  • Tehran City Council: Tehran Municipality has not received even one Rial from the government from the National Development Fund to fight the Coronavirus.

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Sunday, September 13, 2020, that the Coronavirus fatalities in 431 cities are more than 102,600. The number of victims in Tehran is 24,845, Khorasan Razavi 7,349, Mazandaran 4,987, Isfahan 4,729, Lorestan 4,573, East Azerbaijan 2,993, Golestan 2,921, Alborz 2,908, West Azerbaijan 2,723, Kurdistan 2,029, Khorasan North 1,694, Qazvin 916, and South Khorasan 602.

Minoo Mohraz, a member of the scientific committee of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT) told ISNA, today, “Since June, ever since the new Coronavirus outbreak began, the virus has mutated, and its transmission rate has increased, In such a situation, gatherings can undoubtedly worsen the situation. Most children with Coronavirus are asymptomatic, and their disease is undiagnosed and can transmit the disease. In the current situation, any type of reunion is the worst possible thing to happen and is considered as non-observance of physical distancing that can lead to further spread of the disease. Wherever there is gathering, it can turn in to an epicenter of respiratory viruses.”

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
September 13, 2020