Iranian lawmakers are diagnosed with Coronavirus, Iran’s notoriously unreliable state media reports that almost 10 per cent of Iranian lawmakers have been diagnosed with coronavirus.
Recently, the Iranian state media have reported the virus killed 92 people in Iran, and 2,922 cases have been confirmed.
Almost 10 per cent of Iranian lawmakers have been diagnosed with coronavirus, Iranian state media reported on Tuesday,
as the nation accused of concealing information about the virus struggles to contain an epidemic that has reached the highest levels of government as reported by USAToday.
The prevalence of coronavirus among Iran’s political leadership appears to be a unique example of the deep impact of the virus on the authorities of a country, even as compared to China, the disease’s epicenter, where 80,151 confirmed cases and 2,943 deaths occur.
Iranian media reported that 23 members of parliament in the Islamic Republic now have the infection, as does the country’s head of emergency services.
Mohammad Mirmohammadi, a close confidant and adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, passed away from coronavirus on Monday. The virus has also assassinated the former Vatican ambassador to Iran, as well as a newly elected parliamentarian.
“These people have close relations with the people and bear various viruses from different parts of the country that can create a new virus,
so we suggest that lawmakers cut off their relationship with the public for now,” lawmaker Abdolreza Mesri told the Young Journalists Club program of Iranian state television.
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Iranian lawmakers are diagnosed with Coronavirus
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