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A total of 60 more persons from the Minuwangoda cluster have tested positive for Covid-19, Army Commander Shavendra Silva said.

Out of the cases, 39 individuals are from quarantine centres while 22 are close contacts of tha factory workers.

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  • BCL Sunday, 11 October 2020 09:48 PM

    Virus can last 28 days on mobile phones, glasses, steel surfaces and other smooth surfaces, according to CSIRO (Ausi) research. Please disinfect all mobile phones, plastics, glases and smooth surfaces in the country to limit spread. These could be the reasons why some countries had spikes indefinitely.

    Dee Sunday, 11 October 2020 09:49 PM

    Let us guess!. All from one 'identified cluster'

    roni Sunday, 11 October 2020 10:41 PM

    Get Brandix to pay for all these expenses that the great Army and health authorities incur. Their contributions of foreign exchange to the economy, funding of campaigns has no bearing to this unwarranted damage caused to day to day lives f ordinary people.

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