The US offers aid to Iran to fight coronavirus
The US offers aid to Iran to fight coronavirus|The US offers help to Iran to recover from coronavirus US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington has offered to help Tehran to combat the Coronavirus, according to a Washington Times report.
They also feared that Tehran was not “serious” about exchanging information about the spread of the virus.
According to foreign news agency AP, at least 26 people have been killed by the Coronavirus in Iran. Mike Pompeo said the We have proposed help to the Islamic Republic of Iran and we make it cleared to other nations in the world and the region that help against the Coronavirus in Iran, such as kind help.” The US will not back down from everything and fully help.
However, he told the committee that Iran was not sharing satisfactory information about the severity of the virus. Foreign officials said Iranian officials admitted at least a dozen deaths from the virus, but the actual number could be much higher.
Mike announced, “the support of health clubs in Iran is not solid and Tehran is not ready to give data about what is happening inside Iran till soon”.
I am so concerned that Iran is not giving the data it wants he told.
It should be noted that after the deputy health minister and a member of parliament in Pakistan’s neighboring country, one of the country’s 12 vice presidents has also been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
By the morning of February 28 in Iran, the number of Coronavirus patients had increased to 270 and the casualties had risen to 26. It may be recalled that the Coronavirus was also confirmed in Iran’s Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi and Member of Parliament Mahmoud Sadeghi last week.
Although Iran ranks fourth in terms of coronavirus patients, experts say there are rapidly new people becoming victims of the virus.
For the first time since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the Iranian government canceled Friday prayers because of an illness.
At the same time, the government has pointed out that several religious places may be closed indefinitely in the next few days. Besides, the Iranian government has closed cultural institutions, including educational institutions, indefinitely. Before Iran, Saudi Arabia also banned the entry of Umrah pilgrims indefinitely in the wake of the virus.