Coronavirus maintaining declining trend in Iran

When it comes to Coronavirus cases, Iran is still recognized as one of the the worst-hit nations in the world.

Iran (IMNA) - Iran’s health officials reported 10827 more Coronavirus cases and 284 more deaths on Monday, bringing the official number of cases to 1,051,374 and the death toll to 50594. Unfortunately, more than 67,664,377 positive cases have been reported worldwide since the pandemic began.

There have also been more than 1,545,949 deaths from the disease worldwide since the pandemic emerged.

More than 742955 have so far been discharged from Iranian hospitals.

Coronavirus cases and deaths is maintaining a declining trend in Iran.

Officials in Iranian cities strongly urge people to practice safe social distancing, wear face masks, limit public gatherings and to maintain personal hygiene.

New measures against the novel coronavirus took effect two weeks ago in Iran, according to which a near-total lockdown and tighter rules were set in motion.

Local restrictions and limits on capacity in restaurants, cafés and markets are some measures to keep the virus at bay. People told to stay at home except for a number of exceptions, including to care for the vulnerable or buy necessary items.

Since the outbreak of the epidemic, Iran has adopted the specific prevention and protection measures; apart from using masks, hand sanitizer, temperature checks and mass testing, shutting down much of the economy is considered as a critical step to curb the virus in Iran.

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