Iranian President Hassan Rouhani blamed the UK variant of the coronavirus spreading from Iraq for a new wave of the pandemic that has increased infections and deaths in Iran.
Rouhani: New COVID wave caused by UK strain coming from Iraq, New Year trips
Iran’s capital, Tehran, has been put under a partial lockdown that would last for two weeks to reduce the rising number of infections caused by the fourth wave of the COVID-19.
Tehran under two-week restrictions to curb new COVID surge
Richer countries are failing a “rudimentary” test of global solidarity by hoarding COVID vaccines, Amnesty International said Wednesday as it accused some countries of exploiting the pandemic to undermine human rights.
Amnesty International condemns rich countries for hoarding COVID-19 vaccines
Coronavirus-related deaths worldwide crossed three million on Tuesday, according to a Reuters tally, as the latest global resurgence of COVID-19 infections is challenging vaccination efforts across the globe.
Global COVID-19 death toll surpasses three million amid new infections resurgence
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that if the dangerous trend of vaccine nationalism and hoarding in wealthier countries continues, it could delay a global recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
UN chief warns over vaccine hoarding in wealthier countries
Iran’s Health Ministry announced that 94 more COVID-19 infected patients lost their lives from Wednesday to Thursday, increasing the total death toll at 62,759.
Iran’s COVID-19 claims 94 lives in 24 hours

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