Tehran-Havana strategic cooperation on coronavirus vaccine production
The long history of cooperation between Iran and Cuba in biotechnology has led to a strategic relationship to develop a COVID-19 vaccine to fight against the global pandemic.
Fakhra vaccine begins second human trial
The second phase of the Fakhra vaccine’s human trial started on Wednesday by being administrated to 500 volunteers.
Iran-EU Trade Drops by 10% in First Two Months
Iran’s trade with European Union (EU) countries has declined by 10 percent in the first two months of 2021 comparing to the same period in 2020 as they traded €704 million worth of goods and commodities during January and February.
India shaken by new coronavirus ‘storm’: PM Modi
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged all citizens to take COVID-19 vaccines and exercise caution, saying a "storm" of infections had shaken the country.
14,000 New Coronavirus Cases Registered in Iran
The Iranian health ministry announced on Monday that 13,890 new cases of coronavirus infection have been reported across the country during the past 24 hours, adding that 172 patients have passed away in the same period of time.
Saudi Rulers Deserve Punishment
Coronavirus is killing people in Yemen more than any other place in the world and the world should be warned that mercy
Foreign Companies Signaled Positive Pulses on the U.S. Return to JCPOA
the petrochemical industry will see more projects to come on stream this year.
COVID-19 vaccine will be Purchased
Emphasizing the provision of the Iranian-made COVID-19 vaccine, Interior Minister said that the coronavirus vaccine is scheduled to be provided in the current Iranian month of Dey (Dec. 21).
No Red Zones in Iran
President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday that while there are no red coronavirus zones in the country anymore, the battle to contain the pandemic should continue with utmost cooperation between authorities and people.
Inflation Is on the Way for 2021
The United States hasn’t seen significant inflation in almost 40 years. That may change soon, thanks to a massive federal deficit, pent-up demand when quarantine restrictions are released.