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Sri Lanka records fourth COVID-19 death

Colombo, April 2 (newsin.asia) – A 58-year-old COVID-19 patient who was under treatment at the IDH, passed away a short while ago, bringing the total death toll from the virus to 4 in Sri Lanka. Reportedly, the patient had passed with the worsening of a pneumonia condition. A total of 151 confirmed COVID-19 patients have been reported in Sri Lanka...

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Sri Lanka records third COVID-19 death

Colombo, April 2 (newsin.asia) - A 72-year-old COVID-19 patient who was under treatment at the IDH, passed away a short while ago, bringing the total death toll from the virus to 3 in Sri Lanka. The deceased was admitted to the IDH earlier on Wednesday and he was a resident from Maradana. He was a travel agent by profession.

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Sri Lanka records an alarming rise in COVID-19 patients today

Colombo, 31st March (newsin.asia) - Sri Lankan Health Ministry has confirmed that 20 more persons have tested positive for COVID-19 today. This was the highest surge in COVID-19 cases the country has recorded. The total now stands at 142 positive cases in the Island. 17 patients have been discharged from hospitals after recovering completely.

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