COVID-19 spreads in Deir Ezzor as Assad regime fails in controlling disaster

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Cases and deaths of coronavirus (COVID-19) reached an unprecedented level in the Assad forces-controlled areas in the city of Deir Ezzor, amidst poor medical services and hospitals inability to deal with the epidemic.

Two 11 and 9 year-old children and a man in his fifties died of COVID-19 in Deir Ezzor.

The town of al-Shumaitiya, western Deir Ezzor recorded the first death of COVID-19, as a man died in the Assad Hospital in Deir Ezzor on Thursday.

COVID-19 infected a doctor residing in the Assad Hospital in Deir Ezzor. The doctor was transported to Damascus.

The body of a resident of the town of al-Hawayej arrived from Damascus. The resident died of COVID-19.

COVID-19 spreads on a wide scale in Syria amidst a state of confusion in the health sector that is unqualified to face this epidemic. The reasons behind the significant spread of the virus are attributed to Assad’s regime’ neglicting precautionary procedures and hiding the real number of cases of COVID-19 over the last three months.

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