Four Iranian deputies have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, according to an Iranian member of parliament.

Tests were carried out for 30 deputies in the Iranian parliament, Mohammad Ali Vakili said in a tweet on Thursday.

“According to the results of the coronavirus tests, four out of the 30 deputies in the parliament have been tested positive so far,” Vakili said, without naming them.

This week at least three Iranian officials tested positive for the fatal virus.

On Thursday, Mojtaba Zonnour, head of Iran’s parliamentary security and foreign relations commission, said he had tested positive for coronavirus.

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