coronavirus in Iran

MEK: Iran’s Health Crisis Wreaking

coronavirus in Iran

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): announced on Friday, September 24, 2021, that the Coronavirus death toll in 547 cities had exceeded 437,400.


The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), 437,400 people had died in Iran as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak as of September 24.

Iran’s Covid-19 fatality rates are fast-rising

Iran’s Covid-19 fatality rates are fast-rising, and the pandemic has had a massive impact on the Iranian people’s lives, not only economically but also mentally. They used facts and observations from some of the state-run newspapers in addition to their own debate.

According to a report released recently by the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor, and Social Welfare, family health and other living expenditures climbed in August, raising the inflation rate.


(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Behesht-e Zahra Cemetery’s CEO: The COVID-19 mortality peak in Tehran is rising steeply.


Impoverished families have lost their earners

According to the Jahan-e Sanat daily, “this is the first time that the cost of treatment, as well as the cost of rent and transportation, has increased so dramatically.” They highlighted in their paper that from the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak, health insurance companies have only covered a fraction of the treatment costs in Iranian hospitals, forcing consumers to spend up to 40% of the expenditures out of pocket.

In the meantime, many impoverished families have lost their earners.


Women Peddlers

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Women Peddlers, It appears that the families’ situation will deteriorate in the coming weeks and months, resulting in more goods and services being removed from people’s tables,” Mardom Salarie says.


51,000 children have lost both parents

According to the Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, a child is orphaned every 12 seconds around the world as a result of the pandemic, and 51,000 children have lost both parents to Covid-19 in Iran alone in the last year.

Mostafa Eghlima, a sociological analyst, claims that the true number is larger than the official ones. “Probably 30,000 women went to welfare as household heads, and the same 30,000 women have at least one or two children,” he stated.


Young girls are neglected

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): 51,000 children have lost both parents to Covid-19 in Iran alone in the last year.


Worryingly, Iran’s suicide rate

Worryingly, Iran’s suicide rate has been steadily increasing year after year. According to figures provided by a member of the Scientific Society for Suicide Prevention in Iran, the average rate is around 7.02 percent per 100,000 individuals, while some districts in the country have rates ranging from 10 to 20%.

As per reports from Iran, the suicide rate has risen as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing poverty. The suicide rate among Iranian nurses and medical workers is gradually increasing, and more disgruntled health professionals are expressing their intention to kill themselves.


Suicide Epidemic in Iran

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): A woman who had committed suicide in Iran, by jumping from overpasses.


Frustration among Iranian doctors and nurses

Despite all of the hard work that Iranian doctors have put in over the last year, the dictatorship has refused to raise their salaries, and some of their wages have been delayed for months. Imports of vaccines, as well as imports of vital pharmaceuticals and specialty equipment, are causing frustration among Iranian doctors and nurses. The pandemic, however, is spreading devastation across the country.

“38 percent of nurses suffer from moderate to severe depression, and 37.5 percent have considered or were ready to commit suicide,” said Fariborz Dortaj, a member of the Central Council of the Iranian Psychological System Organization.


Health Workers Dying

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Too Many Iranian Health Workers Dying from Covid-19


The regime’s corruption and misguided economic policies

The Covid-19 pandemic, combined with the regime’s corruption and misguided economic policies, has wreaked havoc on people’s finances.

The data ratio between a worker’s minimum salary and the average cost of a household was approximately 37.9% in late 2019, during the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak, according to Etemad daily, but it has since dropped to 35.3 percent less than two years later.

This disaster could have been avoided if the regime, led by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, had utilized his financial clout to aid Iranians and medical experts, or at the very least permitted vaccines to enter the country.


Corruption and incompetence of the mullahs' regime

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Corruption and incompetence of the mullahs’ regime in Iran.


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