Red Cross: Coronavirus Upheaval
International Red Cross: epidemic fears devastating consequences for the Middle East
Iranian Ministry of Health
The Iranian Ministry of Health said today that there were 92 new cases of new coronary pneumonia deaths, with a cumulative death toll of 4,869. The International Red Cross warned today that the epidemic may have devastating consequences for the Middle East. AFP
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The Iranian Ministry of Health said today that there were 92 new cases of new coronary pneumonia deaths, with a cumulative death toll of 4,869. The International Red Cross warned today that the epidemic may have devastating consequences for the Middle East.
Iranian Ministry of Health spokesperson Kianoush Jahanpour issued a statement today. On state-run television, saying that there were 92 new cases of 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19). New coronary pneumonia) deaths, with a total of 4869 deaths; To 77,995 people.
International Red Cross (ICRC)
The International Red Cross (ICRC) pointed out today that the new coronary pneumonia epidemic in various parts of the Middle East may crush the lives of a large number of people in the conflict zone that are already impoverished, and may also intensify social and economic unrest.
The International Red Cross issued a statement saying that curfews. And closures to prevent the spread of the epidemic have made it difficult or impossible for many people to support their families.
The statement named Syria, Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Gaza, Lebanon and Jordan. Called on these countries in the conflict zone to prepare for “possible devastating consequences” and “social-economic earthquake”.
The statement did not mention Iran, the country with the worst epidemic in the Middle East. However, a Red Cross spokesman said that assistance is being provided to the Iranian Red Crescent Societies.
Fabrizio Carboni, Director of the Near East and the Middle East of the International Red Cross, said that the Middle East faces double threats. Including the outbreak of a new coronary pneumonia epidemic and imminent social and economic upheaval. No matter what, there will be serious humanitarian consequences.