More than 4,000 people were taken to hospitals at risk of suffocation due to a severe sandstorm that raged across many parts of Iraq.
According to a written statement from the Iraqi Ministry of Health, thousands of people went to hospitals because of the sandstorm, which negatively affected life in the country.
The number of hospital patients reached 4,000, all of whom were affected by the sandstorm that swept the entire country.
In the morning, a strong sandstorm began again over Iraq. Flights at the international airports of Baghdad, Najaf and Sulaymaniyah are temporarily suspended.
Health ministry spokesman Seif Bedir said 2,000 people were taken to hospitals because of the high risk of dust suffocation.
The Iraqi Ministry of Health warned citizens about the danger of going out into the street.
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