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Sixty-seven more COVID-19 infected patients were recovered and discharged from hospitals today increasing the total number of recovered patients in Sri Lanka to 1,057, the Health Ministry said.

The ministry said that a total of 789 patients are still under medical care at hospitals.

Meanwhile, 41 more naval personnel infected with Covid-19 were recovered and discharged today bringing the recovered number to 563.

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  • Ranjan Guru Tuesday, 09 June 2020 01:13 PM

    Why the government doesn't give the active number of cases in the country? Also the number of tests carried out?

    Anonymous Thursday, 11 June 2020 06:55 PM

    Total cases - Recovered = Active Cases

    eresh S kumara Tuesday, 09 June 2020 03:11 PM

    All credit goes to Medical staff , Tri forces with police and those who helped in many ways .Be proud as a Sri lankan

    M .Musni. Saturday, 13 June 2020 01:32 AM

    Yes hats off to our tri forces , Police ,Medical personals and to our President , as always proud to be a Srilankan .


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