Corona spreads terror in Iran's parliament after injuring 23 deputies
The [size=13]Corona virus is still spreading in Iran in general, recording more than 2,300 infections, Tuesday, and among officials in particular. On Tuesday, Iran's deputy speaker of parliament, Abdulreda Masri, announced that 23 MPs had infected the emerging virus.
The Iranian government agency, "The Young Correspondents Club", quoted an Egyptian as saying that the injuries of these deputies were due to their contact with people.
However, he did not mention the names of the injured MPs, but the names of 5 deputies had previously been disclosed. They are Qasim Mirzai Nku, Mujtaba Dhulnur, Mahmoud Sadqi, Ahmed Amir Mirbadi Farhani, and Masumah Aga Power.
In addition, the Iranian MP advised his colleagues and the elected representatives of the eleventh parliament to "cut their relations with the people at the present time in order to avoid developing corona."
He also stressed that "popular meetings with deputies were temporarily canceled, and he urged deputies and voters not to communicate with people during Nowruz holidays."
Simultaneously, the Iranian Deputy Minister of Health, Ali Reza Raisi
, announced that the number of cases has increased to 2336 and 77 deaths. Raisi had announced yesterday that the number of injuries amounted to 1501 cases and 66 deaths.
Even the health organization has been hit by corona, and
this comes after the World Health Organization announced, on Monday, the injury of a staff member of its office in the Iranian capital, Tehran. "It has now been established that a WHO staff member is in our office in Iran," the organization wrote in a tweet on its Twitter account.
Meanwhile, the CEO of the National Bank of Iran (Melli) and President of the Association of Banks, Mohammad Reza Hussein Zadeh, reported yesterday the death of four Iranian bank employees as a result of corona infection. He wrote on Instagram: “Four Iranian bank employees died because of Corona,” adding that the deceased people work in the “commercial, welfare, housing, and national bank”
On Saturday, Muhammad Mir Mohammadi, a member of the Expediency Council, was killed, after his health had deteriorated due to Corona, in addition to the death of Deputy Muhammad Ali Ramadani, last Saturday. It was preceded on Thursday by Hadi Khusraw -shahi, a former patron of Iranian interests in Egypt.