Iraq urges public to adhere to health precautions

In view of the fast spread of the Omicron Covid strain, the Iraqi Ministry of Health has warned residents to take health precautions during New Year's celebrations.

According to media sources, the Ministry of Health issued a statement urging individuals to adopt health preventive measures such as wearing masks, keeping physical distance, and getting vaccinated. In a second statement, the ministry said it had received 322 additional Covid-19 instances, bringing the total number of cases to 2,092,156 across the country.

It also announced seven more fatalities, increasing the total number of people who have died as a result of the illness to 24,115. Since January, Iraq has been moving forwards with its immunisation campaign.  According to Saudi official media, a Houthi missile strike on a vehicle maintenance workshop in Samtah killed a Saudi citizen and a Yemeni migrant worker, and injured seven others. After the Iran-backed Houthi militia drove him out of the capital Sanaa, the Saudi-led coalition intervened in the Yemeni war in 2015 to protect President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's internationally recognised government.

The Houthi group has recently increased drone and missile strikes on Saudi cities across the border. The Houthi militia began a strong offensive against the Yemeni government army in February in order to take control of the oil-rich region of Marib.

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