- Health Ministry: The provinces of Khuzestan, Kurdistan, West and East Azerbaijan, Hormozgan, Bushehr, Khorasan-e-Razavi and Kermanshah are red and have the highest rates of infection, hospitalization, and death
- Alireza Zali: Tehran is still facing an upward trend of infections. In the last 24 hours, 527 people have been hospitalized
- Vice president of Tehran University of Medical Sciences: All beds are occupied. If we reach the same figures as in March, we will not be able to respond and cope with it. In the next 15 days, the rate of infection, hospitalization, and mortality in the country will increase.
- Regime parliament deputy from Bukan: There is no vacant bed in Bukan for Coronavirus patients. We are facing many shortages in terms of medicine, medical equipment, and hygiene facilities.
- Mashhad University: Today, the number of patients in Mashhad is at its highest level since the beginning of the outbreak. The number of hospital admissions covered by the University is more than 600, the highest since the beginning
The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Tuesday, June 30, 2020, that the Coronavirus fatalities in 341 cities across Iran, has surged past 63,200. The number of victims in Tehran is 16,400, Lorestan 2,325, East Azerbaijan 1,890, West Azerbaijan 1,725, Kurdistan 1,295, Hormozgan 625, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari 420, and Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad 325.
A spokesperson for the Health Ministry said 147 people had died in the past 24 hours. “The provinces of Khuzestan, Kurdistan, West and East Azerbaijan, Hormozgan, Bushehr, Khorasan Razavi, and Kermanshah are red, with the highest rates of infection, hospitalization, and death. Also, the provinces of Sistan and Baluchestan, Ilam, Lorestan and Golestan are on alert,” She added.
In Tehran, Alireza Zali, head of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT), was quoted by the IRGC affiliated news agency, Fars yesterday, as saying, “Tehran is still facing an upward curve in the number of COVID-19 infections. During the last 24 hours, no less than 425 new patients were admitted in ordinary wards as well as a further 102 in ICUs of Tehran hospitals.”
The vice-president of Tehran’s Medical Sciences University told the state official news agency, ISNA today, “We are practically left with no empty beds in hospitals covered by this University. During the period March 7 to March 12, we had the highest Coronavirus-related hospitalization. If we attain the same level again, which is quite probable, and beyond that, we would no longer be able to respond and cope with it.” He was also quoted by IRNA news agency today, stressing, “In the next 15 days, we would witness an increase in infection, hospitalization, and death related to Coronavirus.”
In Khuzestan Province, the head of Ahvaz’ Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences was quoted by the ISNA news agency yesterday, as saying, “Despite increasing the number of ICU beds in all Khuzestan cities’ facilities, there remains very little capacity left… We have witnessed no decrease in ICU sections’ occupancy.”
In West Azerbaijan, a regime Parliament Deputy from Bukan told the Parliament’s website yesterday, “We are facing many shortages in terms of medicine, medical equipment and treatment, and health resources. Hospitals in the city are full. Bukan’s Qolipour Hospital is full, and there are no beds available for Coronavirus patients. If the Government would provide some resources to the people so that they could stay home and lock down their businesses for a month, the spread of the virus will, to a large extent, be prevented, and hospitals would not run into difficulties.”
In Khorasan Razavi, the Secretary for NCCT at Mashhad’s Medical Sciences University told Borna news agency yesterday, “The number of those infected in Mashhad reached the highest since the start of the virus spread. The number of those hospitalized is reported to be more than 600 in hospitals overseen by the University. This is the highest figure since the beginning of the pandemic.”
In Ardebil, the deputy for the treatment department of the Medical Sciences University was quoted by Mehr news agency as saying yesterday, “The number of hospitalization is on the rise every day, and if this trend continues, hospitals cannot address and respond to those in need.”
In Fars, the president of the Medical Sciences University in Shiraz told the Tasnim news agency today, “In recent weeks more than 400 medical personnel in the Province contracted the virus. Exhaustion among the personnel is very high.”
In Hamedan, the director for Malayer health and treatment network was quoted by IRNA as saying yesterday, “After the holy month of Ramadan, Coronavirus has been on the rise, and if this were to continue, we predict that by July 10, hospitals in the city will be full.”
In Bushehr, the president of the Medical Sciences University told the Tasnim news agency yesterday, “The number of hospitalizations in ICU wards in Bushehr hospitals is increasing. Some of them are using ventilators.”
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
June 30, 2020