Nurses Day

  • Frontline hereos away from homes on Yalda Night

    Frontline hereos away from homes on Yalda Night

    Nurses as frontline workers have been working under dangerous conditions since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Last night marked the winter solstice, which is the longest night of the year, is known as “Yalda Night”. It was the time when family members got together to celebrate, but nurses could not celebrate the festivity as they were devoting themselves to their careers in the hospitals. Dec 21, 2020. IRNA/ Ali Asghar Ghezelsafloo

  • National Nurse Day coinciding with Yalda Eve

    National Nurse Day coinciding with Yalda Eve

    Yalda, the year's longest night which actually heralds the coming of longer days by the winter being just around the corner is one of the nation's most charming festivals. Iran's National Nurse Day coincides with the birth anniversary of one of the most revered ladies for Shia Muslims Hadrat Zeinab (SA). Tehran, Iran. December 20, 2020. IRNA/ Hassan Shirvani.

  • Iran's National Nurse Day

    Iran's National Nurse Day

    Iran's National Nurse Day coincides with the birth anniversary of one of the most revered ladies for Shia Muslims Hadrat Zeinab (SA). Nurses are uniquely at risk of COVID-19, and are affected by the pandemic. Tehran, Iran. December 20, 2020. IRNA/Maryam Yousefi.

  • Iran capable of removing obstacles hindering procurement of medicine

    Iran capable of removing obstacles hindering procurement of medicine

    Tehran, Jan 2, IRNA – First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri announced here on Thursday that Iran could overcome almost many obstacles that had hindered the procurement of medicine required for the country.