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The toll of Covid-19 deaths in Sri Lanka climbed to 109 with two more individuals becoming victims of Covid-19.

According to the Government Information Department, a male aged 76 and a female aged 96 are among the deceased.

A 76-year-old male from Colombo 02 was pronounced dead on admission to the National Hospital Colombo on November 26. The cause of death was identified as high blood pressure and chronic kidney disease exacerbated by Covid-19 infection.

A 96-year-old female, a resident of Colombo 08 was reported dead at her residence yesterday (27). The cause of death was ruled as Covid-19 related pneumonia. (Sheain Fernandopulle)

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  • Navaratnam Sunday, 29 November 2020 07:16 AM

    Until the Vaccines made by the brilliant Biologists and Chemists arrive, we have to look after our own individual health. The key is we have to strengthen the natural immune system and this can be done with immune boosting fruits, vegetables, herbs,omega-3 fish, and exercise such as even walking almost daily for an hour. Let us be frank our “MBBS, MRCP, MD” Uncles are Scientifically Impotent to save lives, they are simply clueless and their only speciality is hiding behind their “Doctor” title.

    We Need Answers From The Doctors Sunday, 29 November 2020 07:54 AM

    The death rate is increasing but what are the doctors doing about it ? It is uniquely their job to stop the deaths. We don't want excuses from the doctors but we want them to tell us why they all are failing so bad.

    SEYED SHERALI Sunday, 29 November 2020 10:56 AM

    Uphold human dignity when treating covid 19 victims. Give them a decent burial.

    DHA Sunday, 29 November 2020 01:55 PM

    Now I'm having doubts about natural death and passing away due to Covid ! Having Covid and are these people staying at home ?

    Moorthy Badulla Sunday, 29 November 2020 05:31 PM

    Don't follow the US. Still we can go for some more lockdowns for a short period. The vaccine is around the corner.

    Citizen Sunday, 29 November 2020 05:48 PM

    Look at the ages of the patient.and already they are having chronic diseases. Its natural death that occurs not infected deaths.they are almost in their passing ages right. After their death their immunity level is 0.so when the pcr test is taken its positive. That's all.not to panic so much. How come only common public affected by covid 19.and all ministers and high officials are safe. Are they having 100% immunity levels.in other countries president ministers were affected and recovered. But here just public.its all business.here all see suffering without food in colombo. And they are enjoying with LPl.shame on sl.


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