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Iran’s Nurses Are Martyrs to Trump’s Maximum Pressure

The Trump administration’s sanctions have made it impossible for Iranian medical personnel to keep themselves safe amid the pandemic.

Medical personnel work at Razi hospital, which has been allocated to treat COVID-19 patients in Ghaenshar, Iran, on April 9. Majid Saeedi/Getty Images
Narjes Khanalizadeh was a 25-year-old nurse in Gilan, a province along the Caspian Sea in northern Iran. In late February, after working with coronavirus patients at a hospital in the city of Lahijan, she fell sick. Within a few days, she was dead.

A week later, results from a coronavirus test that had been administered before her death came back positive, sparking anger and fear among the country’s nurses. Khanalizadeh, who had been working without adequate protective gear, is one of more than a dozen nurses who have died from the coronavirus since February, despite desperate warnings from nurses about shortages of personal protective equipment at hospitals, including at Khanalizadeh’s.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is precisely what this US Administration wants to see happen in Iran; first responders dead, sick unto death, unable to work, and a spectacular spike in the death toll in Iran.

Well, it appears that the current Administration is definitely getting their wishes here, in spades.

Congrats, folks; Josef Mengele would have been SO PROUD OF YOU!!

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