Iran's death toll from coronavirus rises by 51 to 7,300: ministry

22/5/2020 14:49:00

51 people have died from the coronavirus across Iran in the past 24 hours, according to a statement from Iran's health ministry.


During the past 24 hours 2,311 new cases were recorded across the country, the statement said.


Iran has been the country hardest hit by the pandemic in the Middle East.


As of now, Iran has confirmed 131,652 cases of the COVID-19 virus, of this number, 7,300 have died, 102,276 have recovered. 




Written and edited by Farzad bassam



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