Isfahan reopens tourist sites as COVID-19 restrictions ease in Iran
Source: Xinhua| 2020-05-15 23:45:56|Editor: huaxia
TEHRAN, May 15 (Xinhua) -- Tourist sites in Iran's central province of Isfahan have been allowed to reopen as restrictive measures imposed to contain the COVID-19 spread are relaxed in the country, Tehran Times daily reported Friday.
Hojjatollah Gholami, spokesman for Isfahan Province, said with the relaxation of restrictions, strict sanitary and social distancing requirements will be implemented.
Iran closed cultural heritage museums and historical sites across the country in February as part of the preventive measures against the novel coronavirus.
Iran has so far confirmed 116,635 COVID-19 cases, of whom 6,902 have died.
Iran announced its first cases of COVID-19 on Feb. 19. Enditem
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