Mar 24, 2020 17:04 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Jul 07, 2020 22:44 Asia/Tehran]

Tehran(IP) - Iran's Health Ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour in his daily presser said, despite all stringent measures it would be too early to evaluate the cut-down of the numbers diagnosed with COVID-19 and eradicating it.

Iran PressIran News: Iran's Ministry of Health and Medical Education spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour, in an answer to Iranpress correspondent via video-conference, said, "the fact is that despite all the medical practices and observance of the health protocols in Iran it would be too early to evaluate the cut-down of the numbers diagnosed with COVID-19."

Iran’s top Health Official went on to elaborate further that due to Iran’s s special occasion of Nowruz controlling the disease is considered a hard task and needs a rather long time to run.

However; Jahanpour stressed that as soon as the number of the patients infected with COVID-19 decrease it would be possible to contain and control the virus in the real sense.

Jahanpour also said, any humanitarian help or aid from any country is welcomed by Iran and publicly would be declared. However, he once more stressed that any help from the US or Israeli regime is rejected.

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