Reported on Saturday (May 23), Al Jazeera reported that Iran is advancing the reopening of religious and cultural sites, and at the same time promoting the resumption of business, and plans to further relax restrictions.

Iranian President Rouhani made a speech on state television on Saturday, noting that Iranian museums and historical monuments will be reopened on Sunday (24th) to coincide with the celebration of Eid al-Fitr, an important Islamic festival this weekend.

Ruhani also said that all mosques (Shrines) will be reopened next Monday (25th).

According to reports, Rouhani said last week that the mosque will be open for 3 hours in the morning and 3 hours in the afternoon, but mosques in some areas, such as those in narrow corridors, will remain closed.

At the same time, all workers in Iran will resume work next Saturday.

Ruhani said, “We can say that we have passed the three stages of the epidemic.”

The fourth stage focuses on 10 restricted provinces among Iran ’s 31 provinces. The current situation (of these 10 provinces) has improved. While separating infected patients from the population in other regions, it will also strengthen the (province of these 10 provinces). ) Screening.

The report also pointed out that President Rohani said last week that after the month of Ramadan, commercial restaurants will be reopened nationwide, and sports activities will resume without audience. The university will reopen on June 6.

As of 21:00 on the evening of the 23rd, Beijing time, Worldmeters statistics show that there are a total of 133,521 confirmed cases in Iran and 7359 deaths.

Rouhani pointed out on Saturday that 88% of the deceased suffer from one or more underlying diseases.

This Friday, Iran ’s Deputy Minister of Health Iraj Harirchi once again called on Iranians to avoid unnecessary travel during the fasting period (Sunday to next Monday).

Usually during this holiday, Iranian people travel across the province to visit relatives and friends.

Iran ’s Mehr News Agency quoted Harirchi as saying on Friday, “Moving in red areas puts us in danger, and moving in white areas puts residents in these areas at risk.”

The report explained that last month, the Iranian authorities divided the country into white, yellow, and red areas according to the number of infected and dead cases.