Speaking to reporters, Hamelmann said that Iran's capabilities will help the country's health system cope with COVID-19.
Iran produces gowns for medical staff and personal protective equipment, and it has launched production lines of all the supplies the health system needs by relying on domestic capabilities to fight coronavirus.
Due to the fact that after China, coronavirus was spread in Iran, many measures were taken for fighting it and the experience was used also by the World Health Organization.
One of the most important measures taken by Iran in fighting coronavirus was to create capacity and increase diagnostic capacity by taking advantage of laboratories, Hamelmann said.
He added that another good experience achieved by Iran which can used by Primary Health Care (PHC) was active diagnostics, referring patients to medical centers and delivery of health and medical services.
Hamelmann also hailed Iran's successful experience in drawing social distancing protocols in workplace.
The WHO representative, meantime, appreciated the efforts made by Iranian Health Ministry with regard to control and inspections aiming to prevent further spread of coronavirus outbreak.
In a relevant development on Monday, Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari in a ceremony unveiled three home-made artificial intelligence systems developed by the country’s scientists.
The three achievements unveiled today include a system for in-absentia identification named Saha, the first market place in the field of artificial intelligence named Sahab and comprehensive content database in the field of artificial intelligence dubbed Houshiyou.
Addressing the ceremony, Sattari said that Iran enjoys the biggest startups in the region in different fields of ICT and Biotechnology, stressing the need for more investment in the field of artificial intelligence.
He described artificial intelligence as a guarantee for the countries’ national security.