27,138 new cases of COVID-19, 635 deaths reported in Iran

TEHRAN, Sep. 07 (MNA) – The Iranian health ministry said on Tuesday that as many as 635 lost their lives after contracting the Covid-19 pandemic while reporting 27,138 new cases of infections with the disease in the past 24 hours.

The Iranian Health Ministry reported on Tuesday that the Covid-19 pandemic has claimed the lives of 635 Iranians in the past 24 hours since Monday, bringing the death toll since the pandemic began in February 2020 so far to 111,892 people.

Meanwhile, the figures for today put the number of new cases at 27,138, bringing the total detected cases to 5,184,124

Also, 4,422,740 Iranians have recovered from the disease or been discharged from the hospital, the statement added.

Currently, 7,606 patients with Covid 19 are being treated in the intensive care units of hospitals across the country.

So far, 29,677,880 Covid 19 tests to detect the infections with the disease have been conducted in the country.

Currently, 246 cities in the country are classified as red-coded cities with a high risk of contracting the disease, 144 cities are orange-coded with a medium risk, and 58 cities are yellow-coded with low risks of contraction.

It was announced on Tuesday that more than 30,000,000 Covid-19 vaccines have been administered so far, while over 10% of the Iranian population have been fully vaccinated after receiving both doses of vaccine.

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