MEK Iran: Coronavirus Update
The number of victims across Iran
The number of victims in Tehran has reached 75,666, Isfahan 21,890, Khuzestan 20,531, Khorasan Razavi 19,725, Lorestan 12,670, West Azerbaijan 12,003, Fars 10,912, Sistan and Baluchestan 8,051, Golestan 7,650, Kerman 7,513, Hormozgan 4,935, and Ardabil 3,970.
The mullahs’ regime Health Ministry
Health Ministry, the COVID-19 status spokesperson said: “The Red cities have increased to 120, orange, yellow and blue cities are 182, 146, and zero, respectively”.
The regime’s deputy Health Minister Qassem Janbabaei said: “COVID-19 outpatients and inpatients, are increasing. The number of red cities will increase in the coming days”. (Mehr news agency, July 6, 2021)
National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT)
The head of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT) in Tehran Alireza Zali said: “This week, the number of COVID-19 outpatients in Tehran increased by 24.4%, and the death rate by 13.5%”. (The state-run media, Javan, July 6, 2021)
The deputy head of NCCT in Tehran Nader Tavakoli said: “The Delta variant has been identified among patients in Tehran”. (IRNA news agency, July 6, 2021)
Alireza Zalia added: “A significant number have been vaccinated in neighboring countries, and we are left alone. Domestic production does not meet our needs”. (Javan, July 6, 2021)
Zahedan University of Medical Sciences spokesperson said: “The number of COVID-19 patients in the previous two outbreaks was between 300 and 400 in the Province, but in the new outbreak, it has surged five-fold to 1,500”. (ISNA news agency, July 6, 2021)
Isfahan University of Medical Sciences spokesperson said: “During the past 24 hours 183 patients have been hospitalized while only 141 have been released,”. (Mehr news agency, July 6, 2021)
Maryam Rajavi message
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), repeated her condolences on the staggering COVID-19 death toll in Sistan and Baluchestan and called for nationwide support for the victims. She emphasized that Khamenei had not given up on the strategy of mass human casualties to prevent the uprising.
Otherwise, most of the fatalities could have been prevented. Transportation and rallies and the forced queuing of people outside polling stations during the election masquerade were clear examples of the violation of all COVID-19 preventive health protocols. The crime the regime leaders have committed, causing large-scale human casualties, is a crime against humanity.
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