Tehran (IP) - Iran's Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli stressed that the situation of the coronavirus in the country should not be considered normal.

Iran Press/Iran News: In an operational meeting of the National Task Force for Combating coronavirus, Rahmani-Fazli added that two issues were evaluated: the "Soleimani Plan" in fighting against Coronavirus, and the other is the plan of comprehensive smart management.

About the "Martyr Soleimani Plan," he stated that with all organizations' efforts, especially the Ministry of Health in all provinces and cities, the outbreak of coronavirus has reached from red to yellow and blue.

Rahmani-Fazli noted that many activities had been carried out in various fields, including cultural activities and jobs.

Emphasizing that different organizations should continue their cooperation, he highlighted," With scientific experiences, research and considering priorities, we should be careful not to return to difficult situations."

Explaining the plan of comprehensive intelligence management, Rahmani- Fazli pointed out that if encounter an increase in disease or death in cities, coronavirus should not be spread to other areas.

Referring to the upcoming occasions such as 22 Bahman and Nowruz, he said that these occasions should observe health protocols.

He also referred to the supply of domestic coronavirus vaccine and added," We hope to achieve stability in the field of public health by providing vaccine with priority to specific groups."

The Minister of Interior referred to the issue of coronavirus social and its psychological effects in the country and emphasized that the investigation and follow-up of coronavirus social effects to the social sphere of the Ministry of Interior and the follow-up of psychological issues of this disease in people were entrusted to the Ministry of Health.


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