Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the report presented by health minister Saeed Namaki amid the outbreak of coronavirus in the country is 'promising', Mehr reported.
His remarks came in a session of the National Coronavirus Combat and Prevention Headquarters.
According to him, “everything will be back to its normal condition as of the beginning of the next week unless the Headquarters takes new decision with regards to closure of centers on special occasions.”
He thanked the doctors for containing the outbreak of coronavirus. Rouhani called for collaboration with the health ministry and relevant organizations to combat the deadly disease.
According to him, hospitals throughout the country are equipped with the necessary medical equipment, “in addition, Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran has also promised to mobilize all their facilities and amenities to contain ‘COVID-19’ which has currently claimed lives of 15 people across the country.”