By Pooya Stone
While the coronavirus is raging in Iran, many facts reported by the people and government officials show the authorities’ inaction in fighting the coronavirus and helping the people to overpass this crisis.
A major explosion shook northern Tehran on Tuesday evening, killing 19 people and injuring 14, as black smoke filled the air. Of those who died, 16 were women and three were men.
By Jubin Katiraie
Unprecedented floods in impoverished regions of Iran have killed four, displaced thousands, and caused severe damages to cities and villages in Sistan Baluchestan, Hormozgan and Kerman provinces.
By Jubin Katiraie
Definition of health
Health underlies the economic activities and social progress of a nation. The health of society depends on the observance of health principles.
With the arrival of summer and rising temperatures, water consumption will undoubtedly increase dramatically. Now, despite the problem of water shortages that Iran is facing, the situation of the people of the country will be critical.
Because of the Iranian government’s lack of support for workers, these hard-working strata are forced to go to work during the coronavirus outbreak. This is endangering them and their families to be infected with coronavirus and facing death.
The tankers smell of gasoline. Most of them arrived from Tehran, Mashhad, and other cities. Driving on the dangerous streets to arrive Zahedan and Iranshahr.
By Pooya stone
After 40 days of parliament’s closure in Iran, on Tuesday, 7 April, in the first meeting of the deputies, which was presided due to the parliament speaker Ali Larijani's illness with the coronavirus, by the deputy speaker of the parliament, Massoud Pezeshkian.
The suicide rate among Iran’s deprived people in 2019 and 2020 has risen so sharply that the state-run Jahan Sanat daily on 13 June wrote: “The number of suicides in the first quarter of 2020 has increased significantly and it has even changed in its nature and quality compared to the same period last year.
The Iranian Ministry of Health has been pushed into the spotlight recently because of the coronavirus’ rapid spread in the country, coupled with a severe shortage of drugs and medical equipment.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Sunday that the Health Ministry has named roughly 127 cities that are supposedly virus-free (white) where religious sites will reopen in early May (mid-Ramadan).
A war veteran lit himself on fire on Monday in protest to not receiving the loan he requested from the Foundation of Martyrs & Veterans Affairs in western Iran.
In an interview with the state-run T.V. Channel Two, Dr. Hossein Erfani, the head of Iran’s Health Ministry Disease Management, warned about coronavirus infections among Iranian children. On May 16, he said that skin inflammation, severe fever, and gastrointestinal symptoms are likely to indicate infection with the coronavirus. “Theoretically, the coronavirus is likely to be effective in this issue,” Erfani said.
The situation of child laborers in Iran, especially those who search through garbage bins and landfill dumps, is too painful.
For more than 40 years the ayatollahs impounded Iran’s national wealth and spent it for either suppression inside the country or aggression abroad. They also deprived over 90 percent of the society of welfare and comfortable life. However, officials claimed that “We have no authority!”
As the Iranian people wrestle with coronavirus, poverty, high prices, unemployment, and earthquake crises, the government’s mismanagement have caused a housing crisis for low and middle-income citizens.
In a shocking confession, Mohamad Reza Mahbubfar, a member of the Iranian Land Management Association, in an interview on 23 May 2020 said:
One of the crimes of the Iranian government in recent years has been the destruction of homes of poor people, who are not able to buy or rent any place for living.
Mohsen Farhadi, Environmental Health Technical Deputy of Iran’s Health Ministry, referring to the increasing trend of the coronavirus infected people in Iran said: “It is forecasted that some of the restriction must be reinstated.”
Mohamad Bagher Ghalibaf, Iran’s Parliament speaker: “Manage cyberspace like a car”
Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi, Iran’s Minister of Information and Communications Technology: “The future economy of the world and our culture depends on cyberspace”
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