Internet stars Husband Fatima (Fatemeh Khishvand), dubbed the “Iranian Angelina Jolie”, found the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. It is reported by the Jordanian publication Al Bawaba.
About the disease the girl declared her lawyer. According to him, she had contracted in prison, where she was placed after being accused of blasphemy, illicit enrichment or other criminal acts. Originally Husband was transferred to a prison, a quarantine detention center, but her condition continued to deteriorate. The prison administration was forced to allow the hospitalization. For further treatment the girl was taken to a hospital in Tehran.
The human rights organization “Centre for human rights in Iran,” argues that Husband is in intensive care and connected to the ventilator. This information was not available in the publications of her hospitalization, previously unpublished in Persian.
The official news Agency of the Islamic Republic (IRNA) published a refutation of messages about the disease Husband. Director of the women’s prison, where the girl said that she is healthy, and claims her lawyer is not true.
Fatima Husband, better known under the pseudonym Sugar Tabari, became famous after the publication of photos in which she looked like both angelina Jolie and zombies. Later, the girl admitted that has created this image with makeup and Photoshop, and showed his real face. She went to jail after his arrest in October 2019.
On March 17 it became known that Iran has agreed to release from prison 85 thousand prisoners, including convicted on political Affairs. Such measures are needed to combat the spread of the new coronavirus infection. In the publication “Center for human rights in Iran,” lawyer Husband claims that the judge refused to release the girl for the duration of the epidemic.
According to the latest data, for April 17 in the world, discovered and 2.21 million cases of infection with novel coronavirus infection. From COVID-19 killed 149 thousand people, 560,3 thousands of people recovered. In Iran revealed 79,5 thousand cases of infection, died 4958 people.
Coronavirus infection is transmitted via small droplets that are emitted from the nose or mouth of the patient and settle on surrounding objects. The who recommends that you stay at least four feet away from infected people, regularly wash or decontaminate hands and don’t touch your mouth, nose and eyes.