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Second COVID-19 death reported in Sri Lanka

March 30 ( - Sri Lanka’s Health Ministry, on Monday (30) confirmed its second COVID-19 death. The patient who had been infected by the novel coronavirus has passed away while receiving treatment at the Negombo General Hospital. The deceased had suffered from a heart attack as well as a chronic respiratory illness. Doctors said he had several other medical complications ...

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Akbar Brothers Pledges LKR 100M in Sri Lanka’s fight against COVID-19

Akbar Brothers Pledges LKR 100M in Sri Lanka’s fight against COVID-19

Colombo, March 30 ( - Joining in Sri Lanka’s battle against COVID-19 and aware of the negative health and economic impact it will have, Akbar Brothers pledges LKR 100M through a number of relief measures to ensure that their employees and local community are sustained and supported during this difficult time. An emergency response entailing food supplies, medical equipment and ...

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China sees drop in new coronavirus cases; none in Hubei for sixth day

People wearing protective face masks ride in a subway in Wuhan on March 29, 2020.PHOTO: EPA-EFE

Beijing, March 30 (Reuters) - Mainland China reported 31 new coronavirus cases on Sunday (March 29), including one locally transmitted infection, the country's National Health Commission said, dropping from 45 cases a day earlier. The commission said in a statement on Monday that four new deaths were reported, putting the cumulative death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in the mainland at 3,304 ...

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German minister commits suicide after ‘coronavirus crisis worries’

Mr Thomas Schaefer, 54, was Hesse state's finance chief for 10 years and had been working "day and night" to help companies and workers deal with the economic impact of the pandemic.PHOTO: EPA-EFE

Frankfurt, March 29 (AFP) - Mr Thomas Schaefer, the finance minister of Germany's Hesse state, has committed suicide apparently after becoming "deeply worried" over how to cope with the economic fallout from the coronavirus, state premier Volker Bouffier said on Sunday (March 29). Mr Schaefer, 54, was found dead near a railway track on Saturday. The Wiesbaden prosecution's office said ...

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Covid-19: Belarusian Premier League draws fans’ attention, invites strings of new broadcast deals

Football matches in Belarus goes ahead despite most sport being cancelled around the world as the spread of coronavirus disease. (Reuters Photo)

Minsk, March 29 (Reuters) - With professional soccer at a virtual standstill around the globe, fans in need of their weekly fix are turning to the Belarusian Premier League to fill the void as it carries on with matches despite the coronavirus outbreak. The league, one of Europe's least glamorous competitions whose teams rarely reach the group stage of UEFA's ...

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Mali holds election despite coronavirus and insurgency

Mali President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita leaves a news conference after a working lunch with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Germany, February 8, 2019. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi/File Photo

Bamako, March 29 (Reuters) - Mali held its long-delayed parliamentary election on Sunday despite an insurgency in its central and northern regions, concerns about coronavirus and the recent kidnapping of the main opposition leader. The election, originally scheduled for 2018, has been postponed twice because of intensifying violence in parts of Mali where the government struggles to suppress jihadist groups ...

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India’s Railway to use some train coaches as coronavirus isolation wards

India's Railway to use some train coaches as coronavirus isolation wards

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - India said on Saturday it was planning to turn some railway coaches into isolation wards for patients with coronavirus, as authorities scramble to prepare the country’s health infrastructure for an expected surge in cases. Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the country’s 1.3 billion people this week to stay indoors for three weeks in the world’s biggest ...

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Sri Lanka records first COVID 19 death


Colombo, March 28 ( - Sri Lanka's Health Ministry, on Saturday confirmed its first COVID 19 death after a 60-year-old man passed away from the virus. The deceased was from Marawila and passed away a short while ago. Doctors said he had several other medical complications ranging from a kidney transplant several years ago, diabetes to high blood pressure. The ...

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