Iran reports 25,870 new COVID-19 cases, 5,129,407 in total

The Iranian health ministry reported on Sunday 25,870 new COVID-19 cases, taking the country’s total infections to 5,129,407.

The pandemic has claimed 110,674 lives in the country so far after 610 new deaths were registered in the past 24 hours, according to a briefing published by Iran’s Ministry of Health propecia best price uk and Medical Education on its official website.

A total of 4,362,814 people have recovered from the disease or been discharged from hospitals across the country, while 7,689 remain in intensive care units, the ministry said.

By Sunday, 19,467,858 people have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccines in the country, while 9,684,669 have taken two doses.

Iran’ Minister of Agriculture Javad Sadati Nejad announced Sunday the start cheap generic viagra soft of the third phase of clinical trials for the Iranian vaccine Razi Cov Pars, state TV reported.

Iranian officials have recently admitted difficulties in reaching stated goals in the production of domestic COVID-19 vaccines, and have intensified purchases from foreign producers.

“Very good work has been done in the field of domestic vaccine production and the government’s program is to support domestic production, but estimates show that we need 100 million doses of vaccines given that domestic production alone is not enough,” Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi said in a televised speech on Saturday night.

Raisi said 40 million vaccine doses have been purchased and would be viagra 25mg uk imported by mid-September.