Mid-June traveling may be banned at the request of the National Corona Headquarters; as previous travel bans have not been very effective.
Travel restrictions to the red and orange cities remain. A spokesman for the National Corona Headquarters, however, said that due to the four-day holiday, the Mid-June traveling, a travel ban has been submitted to the Social Security Committee of the Ministry of Interior from 13 to 16 June.
The governor of Tehran, the province that has had the largest share of travel and travel during all the past holidays in the Corona epidemic, has announced a proposal to ban traffic for Mid-June traveling with the aim of controlling Covid-19 disease.
Ali Asghar Monsan, the Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, who has not presented a travel management plan for the past holidays, has left the decision on the terms and conditions of travel during the Mid-June traveling season to the National Corona Headquarters.
It seems that the ban for Mid-June traveling demanded by the Ministry of Health will only apply to road trips this time as well, and travel by public transport will not be restricted and banned as in the past.
As during the Eid al-Fitr holiday, travel was not limited to even tourist tours, although in some cities entry and tour were refused.
But statistics from the country’s Road Management Center show that nearly one and a half million vehicles were moved on inter-provincial roads during the Eid al-Fitr holiday, despite a road ban and increased fines.
Although holiday bans are often not properly enforced, appearances suggest that the general travel ban, followed by car fines, is the only prescription the National Corona Headquarters has ever managed to manage for the Mid-June holidays.
According to the Roads Management Center, travel or road traffic during the Corona never stopped.