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Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 498,500

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 498,500
Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 498,500
Payam Tabarsi, a member of the Scientific Committee of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT): There is now a risk of infection to both Omicron and Delta variants. The number of COVID-19 outpatients in Masih Daneshvari Hospital has increased by 10% compared to previous weeks.

In a statement, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) quoted the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as saying that 498,500 people had died as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak in Iran as of January 18.

The Coronavirus deth toll across Iran

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, that the COVID-19 death toll in 547 cities has exceeded 498,500. The number of victims Tehran has reached 116,435, Khorasan Razavi 40,155, Khuzestan 30,090, Fars 18,875, Mazandaran 18,085, Hamedan 9,238, Yazd 8,268, Hormozgan 8,255, Semnan 6,575, Bushehr 5,559, and South Khorasan 4,421.

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 497,800
Ebrahim Raisi said: The news and information (about Omicron) should only be provided through the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT)’s spokesman because it will create tension in society.

Payam Tabarsi, a member of the Scientific Committee of the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT): There is now a risk of infection to both Omicron and Delta variants. The number of COVID-19 outpatients in Masih Daneshvari Hospital has increased by 10% compared to previous weeks. (ISNA news agency, January 18, 2022)

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 497,100
Omicron is highly contagious. For this reason, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths can increase significantly.

The center for environment and workspace health, affiliated with the Health Ministry: The status of the country’s third dose of COVID-19 vaccination is not appropriate. We are entering the Omicron outbreak. (Mehr news agency, January 18, 2022)

The Number of Coronavirus Victims Across the Country Is More Than 496,300
The regime’s Health Ministry: Omicron circulation has started.

Hormozgan Medical University: Currently, the predominant virus in the Province is Omicron, and more than 80% of COVID-19 cases are Omicron. (ISNA, January 18, 2022)

Iran: Coronavirus Fatalities Surpass 495,500
Adding to their suffering, the lack of hospital beds hurt people during the Coronavirus pandemic.

In Yazd, the number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized increased again to more than 200. Seventy-two patients have been hospitalized in the past 24 hours. (ISNA, January 18, 2022)

Iran: COVID-19 Fatalities Surpass 494,700
The statistics of the Omicron iceberg. Though today it is too late to lock down, if no serious action is taken, it will not be possible to get out of the Coronavirus swamp easily.

At least 23 patients have died with Omicron so far, and the number of Omicron patients is estimated at more than 10,000. (State-run daily, Hamdeli, January 18, 2022)

Omicron will soon dominate
The Omicron virus is circulating all over the country.

 

MARYAM RAJAVI

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI): From the beginning, the Iranian resistance had stated that Khamenei is pursuing the policy of mass casualties in a bid to confront the uprisings that would lead to the regime’s downfall. Khamenei’s criminal order to ban the purchase of vaccines was issued in that context

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From the beginning, the Iranian resistance had stated that Khamenei is pursuing the policy of mass casualties in a bid to confront the uprisings that would lead to the regime’s downfall.

 

 

 

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Authorities Make Ambiguous Statements in the Wake of Explosions in West Iran

Authorities Make Ambiguous Statements in the Wake of Explosions in West Iran
Authorities Make Ambiguous Statements in the Wake of Explosions in West Iran
A series of huge blasts were heard in Kermanshah, Hamedan, and Kurdistan provinces, Western Iran. People on social media described the blasts, which shook home, terrifying.

A series of massive explosions were heard Friday night in Western Iran’s Kermanshah, Hamedan, and Kurdistan regions. The blasts, which jolted the city, were described as horrifying by some on social media.

The Iranian regime first did not mention anything about the incident, but after it had gained widespread attention on social media, the state media began to issue contradictory claims. The sound of the explosions was the result of defense practice, according to Saberin News, which is linked with the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

Regime can no Longer Oppress the Iranian Restive Society

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the government is betraying, the parliament is supporting," implying that the turmoil was directed at the Iranian regime.

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On January 14, protests erupted in 116 cities across 30 provinces during the most recent large-scale protest in Shiraz. Protesters chanted slogans like “the government is betraying, the parliament is supporting,” implying that the turmoil was directed at the Iranian regime. “Rise up to end discrimination!” they shouted, encouraging the rest of society to join them in their protests.

Iran: COVID-19 Fatalities Surpass 498,300

Iran: COVID-19 Fatalities Surpass 498,300
Iran: COVID-19 Fatalities Surpass 498,300
Isfahan Medical University: 172 people were infected with Omicron. Omicron will be the dominant variant in Isfahan in late January and early February.

In a statement, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) quoted the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as saying that 498,300 people had died as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak in Iran as of January 17.

Iranian Regime’s Ongoing Retaliation Highlights MEK’s Increasing Popularity

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The burning of Soleimani's statue in Shahr-e Kord came just hours after it was unveiled, and it was just the latest act of

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The burning of Soleimani’s statue in Shahr-e Kord came just hours after it was unveiled, and it was just the latest act of Resistance units.On January 5, Resistance Units connected with the country’s biggest opposition party, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), set fire to a statue of the deposed Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani. The burning of Soleimani’s statue in Shahr-e Kord came just hours after it was unveiled, and it was just the latest act of defiance and protest by a restive Iranian people yearning for change. Other portraits and posters of Soleimani are often set ablaze in Iranian cities.

Political detainees in the Iranian prisons of Behbahan and Sheiban

Political detainees in the Iranian prisons of Behbahan and Sheiban
The country’s prisons are now filled with men and women who have decided to oppose the regime, just as they were in the early years of this regime.

Concurrent with the growing number of protests in Iran, the number of political prisoners is also increasing. The country’s prisons are now filled with men and women who have decided to oppose the regime, just as they were in the early years of this regime.

Dissidents argue that these brave political prisoners in the regime’s medieval prisons demonstrate the regime’s true fear while fighting every day to avoid being overthrown by the people.

Former Iranian Official Admits Downing of Flight 752 was a Terrorist act

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Despite Tehran’s initial attempts to conceal the occurrence, authorities were eventually forced to admit that the crash was caused by IRGC

On Saturday, Iran’s daily newspaper Sharq published an interview with a former Health Ministry official and his wife, who lost two children when Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 was shot down on January 8, 2020, by two Iranian missiles. Despite Tehran’s initial attempts to conceal the occurrence, authorities were eventually forced to admit that the crash was caused by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ air defenses (IRGC).

‘Iran is one of the most accident-prone countries in the world,’ says MP Mojtaba Youssefi

‘Iran is one of the most accident-prone countries in the world,’ says MP Mojtaba Youssefi
‘Iran is one of the most accident-prone countries in the world,’ says MP Mojtaba Youssefi
“In reality, we are misleading and obliterating the problem completely,” Hashemi mentioned the deplorable state of the roads and the current socio-economic catastrophe in his interview.

Thousands of Iranians are killed in car accidents every year, according to international monitoring organizations. Due to a substantial increase in fatalities, Iran’s perilous roadways have been dubbed “death halls” by domestic media.

According to the country’s newest statistics, the number of people killed in car accidents grew by 9.6% in the last year, reaching 17,000 people. The government predicted that this figure would drop to 15,000 in a year, yet it has done nothing to preserve people’s souls, as it has in many other areas.

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 498,100

The regime’s Health Ministry: The alarm has sounded. The number of people infected with Omicron reached 1,162, and three people died with Omicron in Tabriz, Yazd, and Shahrekord.
The regime’s Health Ministry: The alarm has sounded. The number of people infected with Omicron reached 1,162, and three people died with Omicron in Tabriz, Yazd, and Shahrekord.
The regime’s Health Ministry: The alarm has sounded. The number of people infected with Omicron reached 1,162, and three people died with Omicron in Tabriz, Yazd, and Shahrekord.

In a statement, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) quoted the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as saying that 498,100 people had died as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak in Iran as of January 16.

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 497,800

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 497,800
Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 497,800
Ebrahim Raisi said: The news and information (about Omicron) should only be provided through the National Coronavirus Combat Taskforce (NCCT)’s spokesman because it will create tension in society.

In a statement, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) quoted the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as saying that 497,800 people had died as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak in Iran as of January 15.