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Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll in 480 Cities Exceeds 210,600


NCRI-50Saeed Namaki, regime’s Health Minister: We are in a very difficult situation, we may have an increase in mortality due to COVID-19 in the coming weeks. (IRNA news agency, February 3, 2021)

  • Health Ministry: It seems that in some provinces, including South Khorasan and Semnan, a new COVID-19 peak has befallen. (ISNA news agency, February 2, 2021)
  • Alireza Zali, head of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT) in Tehran: It will be time consuming to vaccinate everyone in the society. For now, eradicating Coronavirus is out of the question. (ISNA, February 2, 2021)
  • Shiraz University of Medical Sciences: In recent weeks, we are noticing an increase in COVID-19 related statistics, which is a warning sign about a fresh outbreak of the virus. (Mehr news agency, February 2, 2021)
  • Alarming statistics show that Semnan Province has entered the fourth wave of the COVID-19 outbreak. The situation in the Province is very fragile and is becoming critical. The provinces of South Khorasan, Semnan, and Golestan, along with Mazandaran, are prone to the fourth wave and their status are orange and red. (Mehr, February 3, 2021)
  • While in most countries one of the produced vaccines are being used, in our country, not a single dose has been injected, and every day we are witnessing several people lose their lives. (Hamdely daily, February 3, 2021)

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI.MEK) announced this afternoon, February 3, 2021, that the Coronavirus fatalities in 480 cities had exceeded 210,600. The number of victims in Tehran is 50,786, Isfahan 13,410, Khuzestan 10,470, Mazandaran 8,677, Lorestan 8,553, East Azerbaijan 8,008, Fars 6,367, Golestan 5,419, Kerman 4,674, Semnan 3,125, Hormozgan 2,220, Ilam 2,176, Bushehr 2,119, and South Khorasan 2,016.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

February 3, 2021