Novel coronavirus pneumonia death toll increased to 12 in Iran, and 61 cases were confirmed, Halice, Vice Minister of health of the Iran, said 24.
Novel coronavirus pneumonia died in Iran, a total of 61 people were diagnosed in Iran, according to a report at the national television station in February 24th, according to the New York Times reported on February 24th. Most of the confirmed cases occurred in the holy city of Qom, 120 kilometers south of the capital Tehran.
Novel coronavirus pneumonia was reported in Iran’s Labor News Agency (ILNA) on 24 April, quoted by Ahmed Amirabadi Farahani, a member of the Ahmad Amirabadi Farahani, in the past two weeks. He said the government had been slow to announce the outbreak and that the city of Qom did not have enough equipment to deal with the disease.
In response, Harry said the figure of 50 was not accurate. He said, “novel coronavirus pneumonia is the 1/4 death of 50 people. I will resign.”