As the Iranian regime battles the proliferation of coronavirus, officially termed COVID-19, it has turned the blame-game toward the United States and its harsh implementation of economic sanctions.“The American administration does not care about Iranian people,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Abbas Mousavi said at a press gathering on Wednesday. “They shed crocodile tears.”CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Mourners wearing face masks and gloves pray over the body of former politburo official in the Revolutionary Guard Farzad Tazari, who died Monday after being infected with the new coronavirus, at the Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery just outside Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Iran is the hardest-hit country in the Mideast by the new coronavirus, which sickens but largely doesn’t kill those afflicted.  (Mahmood Hosseini/Tasnim News Agency via AP)Since pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal almost two years ago, the U.S. has steadily increased sanctions in a bid to squeeze the leadership into cooperation. However, the U.S. has also offered to help Tehran fight coronavirus, an offer that has so far been dismissed.While the official death toll inside the Islamic Republic hovers at around 354, critics contend that the government is concealing the true number and it could be as high as 3,000 or more.IRAN’S CORONAVIRUS


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