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Coronavirus: Iran The Deputy Minister of Health has shown that the outbreak is worsening – BBC News




Several European countries have announced the first cases of coronaviruses, all of which seem to be linked to the successful growth of Italy.

Austria, Croatia and Switzerland said there were people coming to Italy from the case, as was the case in Algeria in Africa.

The first positive virus test has been recorded in Latin America – the Brazilian resident has just returned from Italy.

Italy has become one of the most affected countries in Europe in recent days, with more than 300 cases and 11 deaths.

But his neighbors have decided that closing the borders would be “disproportionate.”

Health ministers from France, Germany, Italy and the EU pledged to maintain open borders during Tuesday’s meeting across Europe and central and southern Italy.

“We are talking about a virus that is not borderline friendly,” said Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza.

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Iran’s deputy minister of health and a parliamentarian have testified positively for the new coronavirus, which strives to contain a joke that has killed 15 people.

The country is one of three hotspots outside China, raising concerns about the virus becoming a pandemic.

Deputy Chief Minister Iraj Harirchi on Monday declined to cover the scale of the outbreak. He appeared physically unwell while talking to journalists.

Iran has reported 95 cases, but the actual number is estimated to be higher.

The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) said the sudden increase in countries outside China is “very worrying”.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday that Washington was worried that Iran might hide “key details” about its incident, and urged all nations to “tell the truth about coronavirus.”

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