The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Iraq has risen to six, the country’s Health Ministry said on Thursday.

A ministry spokesman said a young man who recently came back from Iran tested positive for the virus in the capital Baghdad.

“The patient has been placed in quarantine and is receiving proper treatment at a hospital in Baghdad,” Dr. Saif Al-Badr told reporters.

On Wednesday, Iraqi authorities closed all universities and schools for 10 days, and announced a travel ban for nine countries including Iran, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, and Kuwait.

Iraq is among over 35 countries which account for the nearly

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