As Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 127,100

MEK Iran: As Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 127,100 Iranian Doctors Plead for Regime Assistance

As Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 127,100

Iran is moving backward with respect to the coronavirus, the economy, human rights, religious freedom, and international relations. The (PMOI / MEK Iran) wants to move Iran forward and set the country free.

More than 127,100 people in 458 cities in all 31 provinces in Iran have died from Covid-19, according to a report released by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran)on Monday afternoon. The regime’s official death toll of 30,712 accounts for approximately one-fourth of the total number of deaths.

Request for New Lockdowns

The third wave of coronavirus infections in Iran is proving to be more deadly than the first or second waves, as daily death counts continue to increase. While countries that took lockdowns seriously are now returning to some semblance of normal, Iranian health experts are now considering new restrictions to try to slow the spread of the disease. On Monday, the official IRNA broadcast a statement from Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi. “Based on the numbers that will be published in the coming days, we are requesting for harsher measures,” he said.

The Deputy Chair of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT) in Tehran echoed this call-in comments carried by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC)-affiliated Fars news agency. “Conditions in Tehran are very dire. 5300 patients are hospitalized in Tehran which is disastrous in our opinion. We don’t have empty beds for our patients and our medical staff in the hospitals are under extreme pressure,” he said.

“There are many chronic patients and we have more chronic patients than ordinary Covid-19 patients. And of course, the number of our discharges have decreased. All these factors indicate that we need to be thinking of more restrictions for the city,” he added.

More Critical Patients

The international medical community has made great strides in treating Covid-19 patients since the beginning of the pandemic, which has reduced mortality rates from the disease in countries where treatment is available. Unfortunately, the people of Iran have not benefited from these breakthroughs due to a lack of resources caused by the regime’s failure to take precautions at the beginning of the pandemic and its refusal to allocate resources to fight the coronavirus once it became a crisis.

Alireza Zali, the head of the NCCT, acknowledged the worsening condition of coronavirus statements on Monday. “In recent days, we’re still witnessing a rise in the number of hospitalized cases, incoming patients, and Covid-19. In the third peak, we’ve seen new developments, including patients in more critical conditions. The duration of hospitalization has increased in comparison to the first and second peaks. The number of patients directly taken from emergency to ICU has also increased. 20-25 percent of daily incoming patients need special care since their entrance. Today, we wrote a letter to the health minister and requested that for next week’s holiday, they consider restrictions and fines on traveling,” he said, according to IRNA.

Payam Tabarsi, the head of Infectious Diseases at Masih Daneshvari Hospital in Tehran, confirmed on Monday that his hospital cannot adequately treat the massive influx of Covid-19 patients. “Among the staff, there are people who have not been able to return to work due to the Covid-19 situation. The conditions of the hospital are not good at all, and the number of hospitalized patients and deaths has increased. We are in fact in the worst situation, and we just hope it doesn’t get worse, he said, according to the state-run ILNA.

The dean of Kurdistan Medical Sciences University told IRNA on Monday that in “recent days, we’ve seen many patients who are in critical conditions and need to be immediately transferred to ICU. Given the current trend of the spread of the virus, we will run out of beds to hospitalize patients in the province in the next few weeks.”

Iran is moving backward with respect to the coronavirus, the economy, human rights, religious freedom, and international relations. The MEK wants to move Iran forward and set the country free. The Iranian people want to live in a free and democratic country. That will not happen until the mullahs have been overthrown.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI): the coronavirus is the mullahs’ strongest ally; imprisonment and executions are their most essential instruments of power, and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is the most reliable killing machine to prop up their rule.

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