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Due to heavy sandstorm more than 1000 gets medical treatment in Iran

More than 1,000 individuals in the southeastern Iranian province of Sistan and Baluchestan have sought medical treatment due to health issues caused by sandstorms, according to state media. Since July 12, the number of people affected by the sandstorms has continued to rise.

The sandstorms have resulted in various health problems among the residents of the province, prompting them to seek medical assistance. Authorities and healthcare providers are working to address the situation and provide necessary medical support to those affected.

The sandstorms have raised concerns about the respiratory health of the affected individuals and the need for preventive measures. Efforts are being made to raise awareness about protecting oneself during sandstorms and to mitigate the impact on public health.