Hundreds of cities across the country, including Iran’s capital Tehran, have been locked since Saturday. Authorities have taken this step as the number of coronovirus cases and deaths across the country continues to rise. Iranian Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Saadat Larry confirmed the information on Saturday.
Anyone who is not a local resident will not be allowed to enter cities marked as red zones by private car. If you break the rules, you will have to pay a fine. All shopping malls and markets except grocery stores will remain closed.
It is directed to run offices and courts with a third of officers and staff. Also, even though vehicles are allowed to drive indoors during the day, no private vehicles will be allowed on the road from 9 am to 4 am.
Vehicles associated with emergency services will be exempted from this restriction. This situation will continue for two weeks. This can then be extended again, given the situation.
According to the World Survey, a total of 841,307 people have been found to be suffering from coronavirus in Iran so far. Of these, 44,326 people have died. After receiving treatment, 5 lakh 96 thousand 138 have been recovered. Source: Purse Today