Coronavirus test kits enough in Iran: health min.

MNA – Iran’s health minister Saeed Namaki assured on Saturday that there are enough number of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) test kits in Iran.

According to the latest official announcements, some 285 individuals suspected with corona have been tested in Iran, of which 28 ones showed positive results.

As reported, five have lost their lives.

The Iranian government has started mass distribution of masks across the infected cities.

The 4th shipment of coronavirus test kits entered in Iran on Friday.

In a Friday tweet, the Spokesperson of health ministry Kianoush Jahanpour wrote, “The 4th shipment of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) test kits has been entered in Iran by the representative of World Health Organization in Iran Dr. Christoph Hamelmann and delivered to Pasteur Institute of Iran.”