Iran Bans stores and fines for night traffic vehicles November 22 at 0:51 a.m. due to corona infection re-expansion
As the spread of the new coronavirus spread worldwide, the infection spread again in Iran in the Middle East, and in the capital Tehran, stores were banned from operating except for stores that handle daily necessities from the 21st, and measures to fine cars passing at night began.
In Iran, the infection has spread again since September, and about 13,000 people per day have recently been confirmed.
For this reason, the government introduced new measures to prevent the spread of the infection in various parts of the country from the 21st.
In Tehran, the capital, stores are prohibited from operating for at least two weeks, with the exception of shops that handle daily necessities such as food and medicine, and many shops are closed along the main street in the center.
In addition, from 9 o’clock in the evening to 4 o’clock in the next morning, traffic by car is prohibited except for public transportation such as buses, and if you violate it, you will be fined 10 million rials and about 4000 yen in Japanese yen.
The 55-year-old said, “Health is important and measures should be taken. However, if I don’t work, I don’t have a salary, and new measures will put pressure on people’s lives,” said a man from a clothing manufacturer. I can’t help it.”
Iran has continued to grow negatively due to economic sanctions imposed by the Trump administration in the United States, and the economy has been disrupted by inflation caused by the collapse of the currency real, and there are concerns about the further impact of the introduction of new measures on citizens’ lives.