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The Iranian regime’s cover-up of the unfold of coronavirus has resulted in an unprecedented disaster within the nation, a gaggle of 21 Nobel Laureates warned Monday in a scathing letter to the United Nations.

The scientists declare that the Islamic Republic of Iran’s leaders have prevented the free move of knowledge and reacted far too slowly as COVID-19 continued to unfold unabated, infecting hundreds within the nation of 83 million folks.

“Because of the regime’s inaction, there was a critical lack of preventive measures to manage and thrust back the unfold of the novel coronavirus in Iran. For instance, based on consultants, the preliminary epicenter of the virus outbreak, the central metropolis of Qom, was not quarantined, as a result of regime’s parochial political concerns,” the Nobel Laureates wrote within the letter addressed to United Nations Secretary-Normal Antonio Guterres.

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“Because of all this, COVID-19 has aggressively unfold dying and infections throughout Iran,” they stated.

As of Thursday afternoon, there have been 29,406 circumstances of COVID-19 in Iran and a pair of,234 deaths from the illness. In accordance with The Washington Publish, not lengthy after the primary coronavirus circumstances have been introduced in Iran, the nation started digging soccer field-size mass graves that have been seen from house.

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“We’re asking on your pressing intervention within the scenario that’s unfolding in Iran, as a way of stopping the additional growth of this disaster. We request that, with the assistance of the worldwide neighborhood, the entire medical sources and remedy be taken out of IRGC’s [Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps] management and as a substitute be allotted to remedy and prevention efforts that may halt additional unfold of the coronavirus,” the letter provides.

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