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Iran warns of coronavirus surge after many ignore ‘stay home’ rules

WorldNews Saturday, 4 April 2020
Iran warns of coronavirus surge after many ignore ‘stay home’ rulesDUBAI (Reuters) – A senior Iranian health official said the greater Tehran area may face a coronavirus resurgence after many residents flouted advisories to stay home, crowding streets and causing traffic jams across the city as the country’s New Year holidays ended on Saturday. Iran – the Middle East country worst-hit by the epidemic -said earlier on Saturday that 158 more coronavirus patients had died in the past 24 hours, bringing the total death toll to 3,452. The total number of cases reached 55,743. “We are still concerned about the virus, for example with the level...
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News video: Coronavirus pandemic: Iran health authorities fear increase in cases

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A rare look inside an Iranian hospital amid fears of a second wave of cases due to people ignoring warnings to stay at home.

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