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Coronavirus & Sanctions Have Plunged Iran's Currency To Lowest Level In History

On Monday Iran announced it suffered its highest single-day death toll from the coronavirus since the pandemic began, with 272 confirmed dead, up from the 251 deceased from the disease the day before. The grim report also came alongside news that two senior government officials were infected - the head of Iran's atomic energy organization as well as the country's vice president.

Out of a total population of just over 80 million, Iran has tallied more than 508,000 confirmed cases and 29,070 total deaths as of Tuesday, however, the true number of cases has long been believed to be much higher, even in the millions according to prior estimates of President Rouhani.

Headlines of the record day for virus deaths plunged Iran's currency to its lowest level ever. This also as there's been a steady rise in daily cases, including 3822 new cases from the 24 hours of Saturday into Sunday, according to the AP.

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