Reporting by PMOI/MEK
Iran, September 11, 2021—Over 418,000 people have died of the novel coronavirus in 547 cities checkered across all of Iran’s 31 provinces, according to reports tallied by the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as of Saturday afternoon local time, September 11. The official death toll declared by the regime stands at 113,824 around a fourth of the actual figure.
The coronavirus death toll in various provinces include: 98,216 in Tehran, 32,925 in Razavi Khorasan, 27,560 in Isfahan, 25,651 in Khuzestan, 15,980 in Mazandaran, 14,989 in Fars, 14,923 in East Azerbaijan, 14,733 in West Azerbaijan, 14,475 in Gilan, 14,260 in Lorestan, 12,238 in Alborz, 11,510 in Qom, 10,937 in Kerman, 9715 in Golestan, 7993 in Hamedan, 7264 in Kermanshah, 7195 in Hormozgan, 6562 in Kurdistan, 5255 in Ardabil, 4604 in Qazvin, 4115 in Zanjan, 4063 in Ilam, and 3205 in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari. This is in addition to reports obtained from other provinces.
The regime’s Health Ministry announced the mullahs’ engineered Covid-19 numbers from the past 24 hours on Saturday as 444 deaths and 16,654 new cases. Furthermore, 7347 patients are in ICUs and 2704 of the new cases have been hospitalized.
Infographic-PMOI/MEK reports over 418,000 coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths in Iran
“Conditions in Kurdistan have become worse than before and now all the cities in this provinces, aside from Sarvabad, are registered as red zones. The status quo in the cities of Sanandaj, Qarveh, Kamiaran, and Saqqez are more critical than other areas, and are even considered dark red zones. Currently all hospitals across the province have reached their capacity and we have 200 people in temporary hospitalized conditions,” according to a Saturday statement released by the Kurdistan Medical Sciences University.
“Currently we have 3764 patients hospitalized, of which 519 are in ICUs. During the past 24 hours we have lost 54 patients,” according to a Saturday statement released by the Isfahan and Kashan Medical Sciences universities.
“Considering the high number of Covid-19 patients, the kidney/liver transplant branch in two hospitals of Isfahan have been allocated to coronavirus patients… Coronavirus patients are pushing Isfahan’s medical apparatus to extremely fragile conditions,” said an official in Isfahan’s Al-Zahra Hospital on Saturday, according to the regime's official IRNA news agency.
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“Conditions are extremely fragile. Currently we have 2260 coronavirus patients in hospitals across the province, of which 560 are in ICUs,” according to a Friday statement released by the Razavi Khorasan Medical Sciences University.
“During the past 24 hours 20 people have lost their lives to coronavirus. Qom is considered a ‘red’ zone. 819 patients are hospitalized, of which 261 are in dire conditions. The high death toll will continue for the next two weeks. Between 60 to 80 percent of our patients that come to our emergency branches are in dire conditions. Hospital officials need to think about increasing the number of ICU beds,” said the dean of Qom Medical Sciences University on Friday, according to the regime's official IRNA news agency.
“Kermanshah is among the few provinces that has yet to reach the peak of the new coronavirus peak, and the stats are rising continuously. Currently we have 1508 patients hospitalized, of which 237 are in ICUs,” said the spokesperson of Kermanshah Covid-19 Task Force on Saturday, according to the semi-official ISNA news agency.
“Those individuals in our ICUs are in dire conditions. Today’s status quo in our hospitals have rendered far more difficult circumstances for our medical staff,” said the deputy dean of Zanjan Medical Sciences University on Saturday, according to the Mehr news agency, an outlet linked to the regime's Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).
“The country’s vaccination numbers are still extremely behind the global average. A look at the global vaccination figures indicates that the volume of vaccines used in Iran is not only a joke in comparison to the vaccination figures of advanced countries, but also far behind the vaccine figures of countries across the region,” according to a Saturday piece in the state-run E’temad daily.
Iran coronavirus outbreak death toll interactive map