Coronavirus in regime-held areas | The number of infections alarmingly increases in all Syrian provinces, while hospitals reach maximum operational capacity • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Coronavirus in regime-held areas | The number of infections alarmingly increases in all Syrian provinces, while hospitals reach maximum operational capacity

Regime-held areas are struggling with disastrous situation due to the alarming coronavirus outbreaks in the entire Syrian geography, as thousands of infections and hundreds of deaths are documented daily in the recent time, according to very reliable medical sources.

 

Meanwhile, regime authorities continue misinformation and keeping the real number of deaths and infection cases with coronavirus secret, through announcing about only tens of deaths daily at a time when a large number of deaths are claimed to be caused by pneumonia, despite the broad outbreak of the virus throughout Syria. Moreover, reliable medical sources in regime-held areas have informed SOHR that all hospitals have reached their maximum operational capacity, which indicates to a looming humanitarian disaster. On the other hand, the vaccination process is still underway. However, civilians fear of the poor storage of the vaccination.

 

According to SOHR latest statistics, based on reports obtained from reliable medical sources on the ground in regime-controlled areas, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases have approximated five million, of whom over 4,800,000 recovered, and 42,033 died.

 

It is worth noting that regime Ministry of Health’ official statistics announced 39,488 infections, of whom 2,429 people died and 25,095 recovered.

 

It is also worth noting that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented the death of 211 doctors in the Syrian regime-held areas due to coronavirus, and they were documented by names, among them there were 172 doctors died in 2020.

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