Iranian officials who suffer coronavirus

MEK Iran: Fatalities Amongst Senior Iranian Officials Tip of the COVID-19 Iceberg

Iranian officials who suffer coronavirus

Iranian top officials who are suffering COVID-19

The Iranian government has finally had to admit that the true scale of the unfolding virus outbreak is worse than they have previously declared. Part of the reason why officials have been forced to admit how serious things have become is that many of the senior officials themselves in the regime have been tested for COVID-19. Of 100 members of the Majlis, the Iranian Parliament who have been tested, 23 returned positive results. The results were reported by the state-run website, Fararu, on 3rd April.

Of the officials testing positive for the disease, the most high profile was the speaker of the Majlis, Ali Larjani. 8 other members of the Majlis were also found to have had the disease, together with 15 senior officials. 13 officials and members of the Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) have already died from the disease. Names of all of these people were supplied by the website and are listed below.

It is important to realize that these revelations are simply the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the true effects of the virus within Iran. Even if this list was the correct number, which is unlikely, it shows that this is what can happen to even the people with access to some of the best facilities in the country. It’s easy to imagine just how desperate the situation is for the millions of ordinary Iranians across the country facing far worse conditions.

Majlis members tested positive for COVID-19:

  1. Mojtaba Zolnour from Qom
  2. Masoumeh Aghapour from Shabestar
  3. Mohammad Reza Mansouri from Saveh and Zarandieh
  4. Amir Khojasteh from Hamedan
  5. Gholamreza Kateb from Garmsar
  6. Shahab Nader from Oramant
  7. Seyed Javad Hosseini-kia from Sonqor and Keliali
  8. Mahmoud Sadeghi from Tehran. He announced his infection on February 25 and then said he has tested negative.

Senior regime officials tested positive for COVID-19:

  1. Ali Akbar Velayati, former foreign minister and current advisor to the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei
  2. Iraj Harirchi, Deputy Health Minister
  3. Ali Asghar Monesan, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Handcraft Industry
  4. Reza Rahmani, Minister of Industry, Mining, and Trade
  5. Masoumeh Ebtekar, Vice President in Women and Family Affairs
  6. Mostafa Pourmohammadi, former justice minister
  7. Ismaeel Najjar, head of the regime’s Crisis Management Organization
  8. Mohammad Javad Irvani, member of the Expediency Council
  9. Faridedeen Haddad Adel, son of Gholamali Haddad Adel, former Majlis speaker
  10. Pir Hossein Kolivand, head of the regime’s Emergency Department
  11. Zahra Elahian, member of future Majlis session, from Tehran
  12. Ali Aghazadeh, member of future Majlis session, from Rasht
  13. Mohammad Reza Ghadiri, head of the Medical Science University in Qom
  14. Mohammad Jahangiri, deputy chair of the Medical Organization
  15. Morteza Rahmanzadeh, mayor of Tehran’s District 13, released from the hospital.

Officials and Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) members killed by COVID-19

  1. Hossein Sheikholeslam, diplomat-terrorist
  2. Fatemeh Rahbar, member of future Majlis session, from Tehran
  3. Ahmad Tuyserkani, advisor to the regime’s judiciary chief
  4. Hadi Khosroshahi, former regime ambassador to The Vatican
  5. Mohammad Mir Mohammadi, member of the Expediency Council
  6. Mohammad Ali Ramezani, member of future Majlis session, from Astaneh Ashrafiyeh
  7. Mojtaba Fazeli
  8. Seyed Jafar Karimi
  9. Hashem Bat’haei Golpaygani, member of Majlis
  10. Naser Sha’bani, senior IRGC official and former deputy chief of Tehran’s Fort Tharallah
  11. Mohammad Reza Rahchamani
  12. Farzad Tazzari, former deputy chief of the IRGC Political Department and an official in IRGC intelligence

13.Mohsen Habibi, a senior official in the regime’s religious schools                    apparatus

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