translated from Spanish: Iran’s Vice President for Women’s and Family Affairs tested positive for coronavirus

Iran’s Vice President for Women’s and Family Affairs, Masumé Ebtekar, has tested positive for a new coronavirus on Thursday, An Ebtekar spokeswoman has indicated that after suffering symptoms, she was tested on Wednesday’s day. «The test test went positive this morning,» he added, as reported by the Iranian news agency IRNA. The chairman of the parliamentary committee on Homeland Security and Foreign Policy, Mojtaba Zolnur, has also confirmed that he has also tested positive for the virus.» My test has come to a positive,» he said, before adding that «there’s nothing to worry about.» «I’m quarantined. With God’s help, our nation will defeat the coronavirus,» he said. On the other hand, Iranian media have also confirmed the death of cleric Hadi Josroshahi, who was sent from Iran to the Vatican, because of the coronavirus outbreak. Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirshi, in charge of containment of the outbreak again coronavirus, was unveiled Tuesday that he had been diagnosed with the disease. Harirshi appeared on Monday’s day at a press conference to report on the outbreak in which he presented a fatigued aspect and in which he resorted to wiping sweat from his forehead on several occasions. Iran’s health authorities on Thursday raised 26 deaths and 245 people with balance in the Islamic Republic from the outbreak of the new coronavirus originating in the Chinese city of Wuhan, as reported by Iranian news agency Mehr.El Iranian Ministry of Health spokesman Kianush Jahanpur has said 106 new cases have been reported in recent hours, bringing the total to 245 people infected with coronavirus. Of the 106 new cases, Tehran has accounted for 38 cases, while Gilan has accounted for 23 and eight in Isfahan.The outbreak of the new coronavirus originated in Wuhan city in central China’s Hubei province has killed more than 2,700 people and left more than 77,000 infected, according to the latest balance sheet of Chinese health authorities.

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