• NAJA launches face mask, antiseptic production line

    NAJA launches face mask, antiseptic production line

    The Law Enforcement Force of the Islamic Republic of Iran, abbreviated in Persian as NAJA, has launched a production line for manufacturing face masks and antiseptics on large scale to help the society combat the novel coronavirus outbreak.

  • Disinfection work in full swing to contain coronavirus

    Disinfection work in full swing to contain coronavirus

    The photo shows disinfection operations against the coronavirus in the historical bazaar of the city of Tabriz, northwestern Iran. Using methods ranging from simple hand-wiping to mobile spray cannons, workers and volunteers are attempting to halt the transfer of the virus by touch. According to latest statistics, the number of coronavirus cases in the country has risen to 11,364, with 3529 recovered and 514 dead.

  • New equipment, machinery unveiled to combat coronavirus

    New equipment, machinery unveiled to combat coronavirus

    TEHRAN – The Ministry of Defense and the Tehran Fire Department have unveiled new equipment and machinery in order to facilitate the fight against the coronavirus.

  • Disinfectant, face mask production lines launched

    Disinfectant, face mask production lines launched

    Production lines of disinfectants and face masks have been launched by the Ministry of Defense in a move to help curb the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, in the country. The lines are projected to produce 20,000 liters of disinfectants and 20,000 face masks on a daily basis.