Compliance with protocols in the country has reached 85% – Mehr News Agency | Iran and world’s news

According to the Mehr news agency, Saeed Namaki said: “In the plan of Shahid Soleimani, we started a joint work with the Basij organization all over the country on November 11, 1999, and about 40 days after the beginning of this plan, despite the fact that we had set a goal that the death rate And reduce the daily mortality of patients by 10% and the rate of hospitalization of patients by 30%. We are proud to say that God blessed this move, and today we are witnessing a reduction of at least 50 to 60 percent in patient mortality as well as a 60 to 70 percent reduction in hospitalization.

The Minister of Health reminded: “Fortunately, the trend of disease and mortality of patients in the country is declining and this is one of the honors at the height of global inflammation and Corona rebellion for the world, but in the Islamic Republic of Iran with empathy and agreement between the Ministry of Health, Basij , Various devices and the support of the people, were achieved, and we hope that with this agreement and empathy and the huge national investment that has been formed, we will be able to take more effective steps to the end of controlling the virus.

Namaki emphasized: In the plan of Shahid Soleimani, we act in three areas: care, support and supervision. We have had significant achievements in all three areas in the country. In the field of care, we have been able to target the virus with door-to-door care and outpatient care. In Shahid Soleimani’s plan, we increased the number of daily tests and activated and strengthened the diagnosis.

He continued: “In the field of supervision, apart from the Basij organization, some other agencies, including the Red Crescent, were with the Ministry of Health, and we were able to increase the implementation of protocols to more than 90% in many areas and on average in the country.” Reach 84 to 85%.

The Minister of Health stated: In the plan of Shahid Soleimani, a significant number of families with patients who were in need were supported in their homes and residences, and the figures of these supports have been very significant and significant.