Non-essential businesses temporarily shut down in Iran

Iranian officials believe that partial coronavirus lockdown is working; so, they have decided to temporarily shut down range of businesses deemed non-essential, from restaurant and retailers to big malls, as new preventive measures.

Iran (IMNA) - The Iranian government is planning further aid for businesses that are widely expected to be the hardest hit in the Coronavirus crisis.

Iranian responsible bodies are trying to get this epidemic back under control, but there is still a long way to beat this virus despite the all-out efforts.

Over the past 24 hours, 13,352 additional Coronavirus cases have been identified, bringing the total number of cases to 788,483 and the death toll to 42,461 ,putting huge pressure on Iranian hospitals.

Iran has reported 482 coronavirus deaths during the past 24 hours.

The number of people who have recuperated from the infectious disease climbed to 570,774; however, hospital admissions for covid-19 escalated to 3,079 over the past 24 hours.

Health authorities in Iranian cities seriously urge all people to practice safe social distancing, wear face masks, limit public gatherings and to maintain personal hygiene to curb the Coronavirus as soon as possible.

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