Iran’s Mass Graves For Coronavirus Victims Are Large Enough To Be Seen From Space

Iran’s Mass Graves For Coronavirus Victims Are Large Enough To Be Seen From Space

Written by Marlo Safi | Source: Hot Air | March 12, 2020 04:12 PM

Monday I wrote about evidence that suggests the spread of the coronavirus in Iran has been much worse than government officials have admitted so far.

The official number of cases (as of Monday) was 6,566 but the actual number may have been 100 times higher. Today the Washington Post published a story which further indicates Iran isn’t being truthful about the spread of the infection or the death toll. The story is titled, “Coronavirus burial pits so vast they’re visible from space.”

At the Behesht-e Masoumeh complex in Qom, about 80 miles south of Tehran, the excavation of a new section of the graveyard began as early as Feb. 21, satellite images show, and then rapidly expanded as the virus spread. By the end of the month, two large trenches — their lengths totaling 100 yards — were visible at the site from space.

Here’s what the site looks like. That white pile you see near the center of the photo is believed to be lime, used for controlling the smell. The burial pits are just above that.

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Coronavirus burial pits so vast they’re visible from space.

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