Tehran, December 3 According to the data released by the Iranian Ministry of Health on the 3rd, 13,922 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Iran in the past 24 hours, with a total of more than 1 million confirmed cases, reaching 1003,494.
According to the data, Iran has 358 new deaths in the past 24 hours, with a total of 49,348 deaths; 11,261 new cured cases, with a total of 699,315 cures. There are 254,831 confirmed cases, of which 5,824 are severe patients. Among the newly confirmed cases on that day, 1,921 people were admitted to the hospital for treatment.
Zari, head of the epidemic prevention and control headquarters in Tehran, the capital of Iran, said on the same day that Tehran will implement corresponding epidemic prevention measures according to the orange risk level from next week.
The third and fourth risk industries will continue to be shut down, and private cars are still prohibited from passing in the city at night, but the number of necessary industry workers can be increased to two-thirds. Government agencies The number of on-the-job personnel has increased to 50%.
According to reports, there are currently 64 red risk cities, 278 orange risk cities and 106 yellow risk cities in Iran. Since November 21, some red and orange risk cities, including Tehran, have implemented two-week restrictions, retaining only shops, supermarkets, banks and other businesses, reducing the number of employees on duty, prohibiting private cars from leaving the city and entering the city.
Violators will be fined. The measures in the red risk city are stricter. No more than one-third of the employees are on duty. Private cars are prohibited from passing in the city from 21:00 to 1:00 a.m. the next day