By: Abbas Arefi and Freshta Farhang Introduction According to the latest official statistics from the Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), the number of people infected with the Coronavirus has reached 30,451, including 4,692 cases in Herat. The number of fatalities in Herat province is 128 people. The first positive COVID-19 case in the country was recorded in Herat and announced by Ferozuddin

28 June 2020

Two days before the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, on May 22, Afghanistan had 9,216 COVID-19 cases. Kabul’s markets were teeming with people who had disregarded the government’s restrictions and the daily curfew. The city’s citizens moved freely around, paying little heed to the to the Ministry of Public Health’s (MoPH) guidelines to respect social distancing. Two days later, Afghanistan crossed the 10,000 marks and Kabul

28 May 2020

This time, in a series of reports on philanthropy, Mina Nikzad and Mirwais Firoozi have been able to contribute to helping the needy. The couple from Baghlan province decided to help the needy by holding a simple wedding ceremony and allocating its expenses to the needy. Helping 50 Families A few months ago, Mina Nikzad was engaged to Mirwais Firoozi, and they decided to help the

13 May 2020

The Herat Public Health Department confirmed on Wednesday that Dr. Abdul Wahed Razi, one of Herat’s top public health officials, had died of the coronavirus. There are currently 402 health workers infected with the coronavirus, eight of whom have died so far. More Than 5,000 Infected People In the last 24 hours, out of 72 suspicious samples in Herat Laboratory, 41 samples were

13 May 2020

Statistics from the National Union of Workers of Afghanistan (EMWA) show that about 2 million workers in Afghanistan have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic. Expressing concern over the process, the union called on the Afghan government to take the necessary measures to help the vulnerable. The current situation has raised more concerns with the arrival of Ramadan month

5 May 2020

On Sunday, a young man from Daikundi province protested against the government’s disregard for educated youth in a symbolic gesture. Ruhollah Naderi, wearing his leisure uniform, begged ten Afghanis in Deh Afghanan area of Kabul to show that there are many educated young people in the country who cannot find a job. Ruhollah Naderi Ruhollah Naderi was born in Shahrestan district of the Daikundi province and

4 May 2020

Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) say 190 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past 24 hours. The deputy of MoPH, Wahidullah Majroh in a press conference on Monday said that 498 suspected cases of coronavirus had been tested in the ministry’s laboratories in the past 24 hours, of which 190 were positive. 6 Dead In A Day Majroh said, the

4 May 2020

Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) have once again warned that the number of coronavirus cases in Afghanistan is increasing day by day and will increase in the coming weeks. The spokesman of MoPH, Wahidullah Mayar in a press conference on Wednesday said that with the registration of 110 new positive cases of Coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the total number

30 April 2020

Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) say 125 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past 24 hours. “125 new cases of coronavirus, including 21 cases in Herat, 15 in Kabul, 15 in Kandahar, 10  in Balkh, 9  in Logar, 8 in Jawzjan, 7 in each provinces of Panjshir, Laghman, Paktia, 6 in each

28 April 2020

On the second day of the quarantine in Kabul, Mahdi Mudaber decides to launch a campaign called “Alley to Alley”. He starts doing this with one of his friends named Javad Zawolestani. In this series of charity reports, we want to write about the “Alley to Alley” campaign, which has so far been accompanied by 150,000 AFN and the distribution of 100,000 AFN worth

27 April 2020