Iran’s Coronavirus Cases Nudge 60,000 as Slowdown Continues

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Iran’s Coronavirus Cases Nudge 60,000 as Slowdown Continues

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6 Apr 2020

Iran’s COVID-19 cases rose by 2,483 to 58,226 on Sunday as the slowdown continued for five consecutive days in a row. Meanwhile, the tally of novel coronavirus infections in Israel surpassed 8,000.

The death toll from the viral respiratory disease in Iran rose by 151 to reach 3,603. So far, a total of 22,011 patients have recovered from the disease, while 4,057 remain in critical condition.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani ordered the extension of a ban on all sports activities until April 18 in a bid to curb the coronavirus pandemic.

But he added the existing restrictions imposed to curb the COVID-19 spread would be eased gradually in the following weeks.

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