Governments across Europe ratcheted up restrictions Tuesday in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Iran extended restrictions in the capital for another week in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus, which has killed more than 28,000 people in the country.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani unveiled plans for stricter health regulations to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
President Hassan Rouhani said some restrictions might be reinstated in the country as the Health Ministry reported the highest single-day death toll in nearly two months.
According to reports the Iranian Mahan and Qeshm airlines announced the cancellation of the flights to Turkey.
The Health Ministry said on Friday a series of restrictions will be reintroduced as of Saturday in Tehran for a week amid a resurgence of coronavirus infections.
The governor of Tehran Province introduced new restrictions and bans in the country’s most populous province.
Government offices across Iran will not offer any service to people refusing to wear face mask as of July 5 as part of strict regulations to contain the spread of the coronavirus.