Iran is banning all social events such as weddings and gatherings to prevent coronary infections.
On Saturday, President Hassan Rouhani announced that all public gatherings, ceremonies and examinations would be closed. No wedding ceremonies or mourning meetings can be held. News from the BBC.
In a televised speech, Rouhani said, “We must stop organizing events and mass rallies across the country.” Be it a funeral, a wedding or a party. This is not the time to organize festivals or seminars.
He said the university admission test may also be postponed this year.
Following the announcement, the capital, Tehran, was closed until further notice.
Iranian government officials say coronavirus infections are spreading at an alarming rate for the second time since the wedding or the ceremony.
The number of identities is growing rapidly in Iran. The death toll has risen to 24 in the last 24 hours since the outbreak began in February.
In Iran, the lockdown was relaxed in mid-April. However, the number of infections has recently increased in the country. On Saturday alone, 18 people died and the total death toll is now 12,835.
In the last 24 hours, 2,398 new patients have been found in the country.