Iran’s Health Ministry announced that the country has recorded the lowest COVID-19 daily deaths since July with 124 deaths from Friday to Saturday.
The ministry announced in a statement that the country’s daily COVID-19 infections reached 7,081 cases in the past 24 hours.
It added that the total COVID-19 death toll and infections since the beginning of the outbreak in the country in late February 2020 stand at 125,052 and 5,851,670, respectively.
According to the ministry, 4,346 COVID-19 patients are in critical condition, and of the newly-detected cases, 1,078 individuals have been hospitalized.
Some 5,402,865 COVID-19 patients have so far either recovered from the disease or have been discharged from hospitals.
So far, almost 35 million coronavirus diagnostic tests have been carried out in the country and 79,477,280 doses of COVID jabs have been administered.
The Health Ministry also said nine cities are coded red (very high-risk), while 106 are in the orange zone (high-risk).
The number of the country’s yellow (medium-risk) and blue (low-risk) cities are 228 and 105, respectively, read the statement.