28 October 2020 - 15:23
COVID-19 still takes lives in Iran

As of October 28, more than 1,173,777 people worldwide have lost their life of COVID-۱۹, an infectious disease caused by SARS.

Iran (IMNA) - The spokesperson of the country’s health ministry said that 415 more Iranians have died as a result of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) over the past 24 hours, taking the country’s tally of total deaths to 33,714.

6,824 new coronavirus infections were detected over the past 24 hours, of whom 2,490  have been hospitalized, Sima Sadat Lari said.

There have been nearly 588,648 confirmed cases of coronavirus so far in Iran, 467,917 of the cases cured or discharged from the hospitals.

The all-out-efforts of Iranian officials have focused on taking measures to curb the outbreak and prevent further spread.

According to Worldometers, total cases of COVID-19 worldwide have surpassed 44 million and the global deaths from the virus have also surged at least 1,173,777; however, more than 32 million people have recovered.

Due to the reports on the staggering high death, Iranian authorities have blamed some people for shutting their eyes on health protective measures.

Many public places such as cafes and gyms have been close; however, careless people keep traveling between cities and attending large gatherings. These violations has brought a spike in cases again despite the strict charges on disobediences. ‌‌

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