The Pandemic of COVID-19: Current Scheme of Iraq (24 February- 8 August 2020)
Rafidain Journal of Science,
2021, Volume 30, Issue 1, Pages 11-17
AbstractLate in December 2019, the Wuhan City of China faced an outbreak of the unknown etiological agent of COVID-19, which spread rapidly in China and then worldwide to include 188 countries or regions of Africa, Oceania, Australia, Europe, America and Asia including Iraq. There are 31,132,906 of infected people over the world and 962,008 of global death, whereas the infection numbers increase rapidly. Several methods have been considered worldwide in order to control COVID-19. In spite of limited resources in Iraq. The Iraqi government has also taken demanding measures includes safety guides during Ramadan in the context of Covid-19. In addition, several strategies are used for that purpose such as designed particular hospitals, laboratories for testing, quarantine facilities, and movement restrictions to control viral spread all over the country. This review highlights the efforts of the Iraqi government to contain this deadly pneumonia inside it as well as travellers from Turkey, Iran and other neighbour countries.
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