Tehran authorities took the decision to return a number of restrictions because of fears of the spread of coronavirus in the Iranian capital.
This was reported by Fars news Agency citing local authorities.
Since early July, Iran has three times updated the record for the victims of the day, most recently on Thursday, when authorities reported the deaths of 221 people.
According to the Agency, the Governor of the capital region Anoushirvan Mohseni of Bandpei announced a ban on the holding of mourning and wedding gatherings in mosques and halls respectively, as in Tehran, a growing number of infections.
This decision comes after expressed by Iran’s leadership out of concern that such activities significantly increase the risks of the spread of coronavirus due to the large crowds of people.
At the same time, on the part of staff to the Governor of Tehran received a request to prohibit the Assembly of more than 10 people.
In General, however, serious limitations to the operation of business enterprises, involving a large crowd of people, was not accepted.