President Hails Anti-COVID19 Measures in Iran
President Ebrahim Raisi hailed the measures taken in line with fighting COVID19 and hoped for vaccination to hit the record 2 million people per day.
Leader Says COVID-19 Spread First and Foremost Issue in the Country
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei says foreign providers of COVID vaccines initially reneged on their promises and refused sales to Iran, but changed course and started providing Iran with vaccines only after the country successfully managed to produce jabs against the deadly virus at home.
Tehran, Brasilia Explore Ways to Boost Trade Exchange
Head of Iran Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) Mr. Hamid Zadboum in the meeting with the new Ambassador of Brazil to Tehran Laudemar Goncalves de Aguiar Neto pointed to the opportunities for the both sides regarding the enhancement of trade exchanges and emphasized the significance of bartering trade between the two states.
Pastu Covac neutralizes new COVID-19 strains
Preliminary results of studies show that the Pastu Covac coronavirus vaccine, developed by the Pasteur Institute of Iran, fights very well against new variants of South Africa and India, and in other words, neutralizes them, Alireza Biglari, head of the Pasteur Institute, has said.
Import of coronavirus vaccine to reach 13m doses
Twenty shipments of COVID-19 vaccine have so far been imported into the country, and the volume will soon reach 13 million doses.
COVID-19 impact on fertility should take center stage
In this second year of COVID-19, many countries are expressing growing concern over changing fertility rates, in addition to losing hundreds of people daily due to the virus infection. So that, this World Population Day will focus on the impact of the pandemic on fertility.
Malaysia Plans to Boost Tourism Sector in Post-Covid-19 Era
Malaysia has plans to revive its tourism industry which has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the country has measures to attract more tourists from the Middle East and especially from Iran when the coronavirus is contained in the country.
COVID-19 prevalence on a downward trend
The spread of coronavirus is slowing down in Iran, as the daily toll has fallen to 115, the lowest figure since April.
COVIRAN vaccine closer to completing human trials
Eight thousand volunteers in four cities will receive the first dose of the COVIRAN vaccine on June 10, moving toward completing the third phase of human testing.
Iran-India Trade Slumped Due to COVID-19
Vice-President of India-Iran Chamber of Commerce says due to the U.S. unilateral maximum sanctions against Iran in the past year, India stopped buying Iran oil and Iran’s reserve cash in the Indian banks for purchasing goods has finished.