Iran’s Health Ministry announced in a statement that the country’s daily deaths and infections stood at 96 and 4,850 respectively, from Wednesday to Thursday, continuing to stay below the three-digit figure.
The statement put the total COVID-19 fatalities and cases since the beginning of the outbreak in the country in late February 2020 at 129,376 and 6,097,672, respectively.
It added that 3,368 patients are in critical condition, and 786 new ones have been hospitalized.
The ministry further noted 5,830,652 people have so far either recovered or have been discharged from hospitals.
According to the statement 38,219,247 diagnostic tests have so far been carried out in the country.
It added according to the latest analysis, eight cities are coded red (very high-risk), while 58 are in the orange zone (high-risk).
The number of yellow (medium-risk) and blue (low-risk) cities are 236 and 146, it added.
So far, 57,179,012 people have received the first dose of the COVID vaccine, while 45,942,308 others received the second, and another 902,909 received the third dose, mounting the total number of the vaccines injected in the country to 103,424,229 doses.
Iran’s Health ministry announced in a statement on Monday that the country’s daily COVID-19 deaths declined to below 100 after 234 days of standing at three-digit figures.