Iran ready to share experiences on COVID-19

Gratefully acknowledging UNESCO and WHO measures, Mansour Gholami, Iran's Minister of Science, Research and Technology, appreciate the all-out efforts regarding the production of hygiene items including masks and disinfectant solutions by experts in Iranian science and technology parks and praised the scrambles to arrange university and training centers closures at the slightest alarm of the outbreak in the country.

He counted the measures of replacing modern distance learning for students, creating a three-dimensional educational network among learners, teachers, families, focusing of the country's research institutes, especially the National Research Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, on Covid-۱۹ as the effective preventive actions to manage and confront the spread of coronavirus.

He described the coronavirus outbreak as a global crisis and said that the negative social and economic impacts of Coronavirus would spill over into many countries.

“The international crisis requires the adoption of solutions, sharing international decisions, experiences and actions from different countries of the world,” he added.

"Iran's free healthcare services and facilities as well as the available statistics on patients and recovery rates, indicates the country's high capacity to manage and control the coronavirus challenge,” Gholami emphasized.

Iran's Minister of Science, Research and Technology, as a member of the UNESCO Special Committee on Covid-1, announced Iran's readiness for sharing scientific and research experiences with other countries in the world.

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