RNA – According to the latest studies on COVID-19 in Iran, as of April 19th, an upward trend or the beginning of a peak has been seen in five provinces of Iran – Qom, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, Mazandaran, West Azerbaijan and Ardabil – although the disease has declined in the whole country.
According to epidemiological studies conducted on the process of infection and spread of the Coronavirus in Iran and the world, published by Iran’s Ministry of Health and Medical Education, more than 2,340,856 people in the world have contracted the Coronavirus as of April 19th of which 160,903 people have died.
In the world as a whole, the United States, Spain, Italy, France, and Germany are the first to fifth in the rank of countries suffering from the Coronavirus.
According to a report released by the Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Iran ranks ninth in countries suffering from the Coronavirus. According to statistics released by the same ministry, 82,211 people have contracted the Coronavirus as of April 19, of which a total of 5,118 people have died and 57,023 have recovered. According to studies, the highest number of verified cases of this virus were identified on March 30.
The latest COVID-19 statistics in Qom province show that potential hospitalizations due to COVID-19 are increasing day by day.
Dr. Mohammad- Reza Qadir, the president of Qom University of Medical Sciences, said, “During the last 24 hours and as of 2:00 pm on Saturday [April 18], 84 people were admitted to medical centres in Qom with a possible diagnosis of COVID-19.”
He added, “34 of them were hospitalized in the wards of the hospitals and the rest were discharged after being examined and treated in the emergency department of the centres with medical and health instructions.”
In the past 24 hours, only 26 patients were discharged from the hospital.
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