The Iranian authorities have announced that they will soon begin removing restrictions imposed in the country due to the coronavirus pandemic due to the progress of the vaccination campaign in the Asian country.
Iranian Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi has stressed that “many” of these restrictions will be lifted, adding that a plan for the “smart” use of health protocols in the country will be adopted, such as the Iranian agency Tasnim. notified messages.
At the end of September, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi called for the start of a pilot program with these protocols in one of the country’s provinces as a first step towards expansion to the rest of the territory.
The Iranian Ministry of Health said on Sunday in its latest tally that 12,428 cases and 229 deaths have been reported in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 5,624,128 and 121,109, respectively, with 5,095,627 people recovering from COVID-19.