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A total number of 523 Covid-19 infected patients have been identified in Sri Lanka, the health ministry said. Sixty-three (63) new cases have been reported yesterday (26)

Health Miistry said that 53 Covid-19 patients out of 63, who were found yesterday, are Naval personnel.

  Comments - 6

  • Jaya Monday, 27 April 2020 07:33 AM

    No co-ordinated plan in action to save the race and religion in SL besides the discussion to have general elections. Where are the true religious leaders to advice the petty politicians? Relying on the constitution and politicians to save Buddhism will only lead to misery.

    Ranjanroy Monday, 27 April 2020 08:23 AM

    Race and religion only thing we care. Half the problems in Sri Lanka is a by product of this.

    varuna Monday, 27 April 2020 08:23 AM

    Jaya-Don't say that. Over 6 million wise voters of Sri Lanka and with the blessings of "so-called" Buddhist monks brought this regime back to power to save Sri Lanka and Buddhism from all evil forces!

    Neil Amarasinghe Monday, 27 April 2020 08:23 AM

    Numbers in Srilanka are much higher, until Jack Ma donated the test kits we didn’t have enough either, this governing idiots are only good at stoking tensions by inciting each race to hate each other so the family can rule forever. Our idiots will never realize the selfish plan of these these uneducated morons with attitude who’s ruling our country.

    Truth Monday, 27 April 2020 09:07 AM

    No proper plan from the government. 500 is very high for a small Island like Sri lanka. Poor governance only care about elections. What to do this is what the majority wanted. No use in talking. We have so many scientists but no use at all this is why they go abroad for recognition.

    roni Monday, 27 April 2020 09:29 AM

    The rate of persons been infected in the last 4-5 days is frightening. When there were lesser no of persons been infected over a similar period it was described as dangerous. but at this level it appears to be safe to open. DGHS over to you.

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