News received from Albania indicates that at least three Iranians were admitted to Mother Teresa Hospital in the Corona ward, who are certainly members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult).
According to the latest information, at least one of them has died, and the doctors have been prevented from commenting on the cause of death. But hospital staff have privately said he was a member of the MEK and a resident of the organization’s camp who died due to corona-virus, and they have not yet been allowed the cause of death to be announced.
The hospital officials themselves say that this is a matter of great concern because there is no access to the MEK camp and it is not clear what is going on there, and the virus is spreading in a closed environment and in public life. They also expressed concern that many more patients were hospitalized in the camp itself or taken to local hospitals.
Today, the MEK broke the news of the deaths of “Massoud Nasiri” and “Shahin Qassemi” “in a hospital in Tirana.” They were about 60 years old and the cause of death was not known, while in the previous procedure they had to give an excuse for their death. No one dies at the age of 60 for no reason.
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus, the Nejat Society and the grieving families have repeatedly written to the World Health Organization and Albanian officials expressing concern about the possible dangers in the MEK camp and calling for the Albanian authorities to intervene.
It should be noted that according to Albanian health officials, the MEK camp in the country is out of their control and there is no monitoring of it, and there is no information on the implementation of health protocols in a close-knit community.