Iranian authorities have drawn up a map of the pandemic, placing some regions in red zones where many are infected and others in white zones where there are fewer cases.

Iran (IMNA) - Iranian officials have taken steps to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, so that the healthcare system won't be deluged by new patients.

Medical staff has been on the frontline of Iran's fight against coronavirus that has killed 6,277 people in the country and infected over 166,000.

Healthcare workers are physically and psychologically tired because the protective gear hurt, the lab coat makes them sweat and once they are dressed they can no longer go to the bathroom or drink for hours; however, they won't stop doing their job.

They worry about carrying the virus into their homes where their families could be exposed. They concerned about long hours separated from their loved ones …

Despite the overwhelming condition, their morale is high as they have united together to do their best.

We owe them a huge thanks; the heroes on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic who are running into the danger to save our lives.

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