MEK Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 230,100
The coronavirus fatalities
The number of victims in Tehran is 54,001, Isfahan 14,915, Khuzestan 12,690, Mazandaran 9,772, East Azerbaijan 8,918, Gilan 8,151, Fars 6,817, Alborz 5,718, Kerman 5,079, Ardabil 2,847, Qazvin 2,614, and South Khorasan 2,241.
Iranian regime officials
Deputy head of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT) in Tehran, Nader Tavakoli, said: The proportion of coronavirus patients admitted to the ICU has increased slightly compared to the past, and it can be said that those who are admitted are in a worse condition. Hospitalization of patients under ten has reached 11%.
Acting Governor of Mahshahr said Currently, between 150 to 200 coronavirus tests are done in Mahshahr daily, 60 to 70% are positive.
Khuzestan Health Center, the manager said The infection rate with the mutated British coronavirus is ten times higher, hospitalization 8 to 9 times, and the resulting death is 5 to 7 times higher than the previous type. “As a result, our previous methods are no longer effective against this strain.
Ahvaz University of Medical Sciences, President said: 34% of deceased coronavirus patients either die when they reach the hospital or die while still in the emergency room.
Kashan University of Medical Sciences, President said: The number of hospitalizations this week has increased by 70% compared to last week.
Yazd Medical Sciences University, deputy dean reported a record number of registered coronavirus cases in the past three months and said: “In the past 24 hours, we registered 96 confirmed cases of coronavirus. So far, we’ve found 24 sources of the UK strain in the province.”
Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad Medical Sciences University dean said: “The growing trend in Boyer Ahmad county is very worrying and in the next few days, this county will transition to orange status.”
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