MEK Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll at 16,100
- 1650 in Qom
- 1560 in Isfahan
- 1460 in Gilan
- 1205 in Khorasan Razavi
- 750 in Golestan
- 690 in Khuzestan
- 655 in Alborz
- 420 in Lorestan
- 415 in Kermanshah
- 315 in Hamadan
- 260 in Kurdistan
- 260 in Fars
- 260 in Qazvin
- 250 in Central Province
- 200 in East Azerbaijan
- 180 in Kerman
- 50 in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari
— MEK Iran (Mujahedin-e Khalq) (@MEK_Iran) April 2, 2020
One of those dead includes Dr. Niloufar Esmail Beigi from Tehran’s Moheb Kowsar Hospital, who had been working fat-out to save patients in the emergency room.
Mustafa Moin, the head of the Supreme Council of the Medical System, wrote to President Hassan Rouhani:
“The losses of a large number of the medical community, and the higher mortality of patients compared to other countries, will always remain as a shame… It is being warned that fatigue and the physical and mental toll on the medical staff, will threaten the quality of treatment for patients.”
Despite clear evidence that the virus is growing more serious by the day, the regime is lying about thousands of empty intensive care unit beds, that the regime’s “social distancing” plan was superior to the rest of the world, even though they are not providing aid to those who cannot work, and that infections have gone down.
President Hassan Rouhani said:
“The nation has given a decisive response to the enemies and liars, but they are continuing their lies.”
“Pretending that the situation is normal and creating a false sense of security under the pretext of avoiding anxiety and stress could be dangerous, and consequences of stress are far less than the sudden exposure to a human catastrophe.”
Other officials did not lie about the spread of the disease yesterday.
Health Minister Saeed Namaki said:
“We should not have any illusions; we are still not in the phase to control the spread of the virus. We are in the phase of managing the disease. Whenever we reach a point to be able to contain the virus, we will make that public.”
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) April 2, 2020
While Alireza Zali, the head of Tehran’s Coronavirus Combat Headquarters, said:
“There are no districts in Tehran that have stayed immune to the disease.”
Although, Zali did blame wrongly Iranians for not staying at home, without recognizing that many of them cannot stay at home or they would have no money to feed their families.
Dr. Adham Ismail, the Word Health Organisation’s representative in Iraq, told the state-run Al-Iraqiya TV on March 30, that Iraq closed its border with Iran on the same day that the virus was found in Qom and that if Iran had quarantined the city and ended flights to China, the country would not be in such a bad state or have infected so many other countries.