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Two burials took place in Oddamavadi   

  • Another five bodies of COVID-19 victims were to be buried in the same location last evening

By Sheain Fernandopulle   

The remains of two COVID-19 victims were buried in Oddamavadi, Batticaloa last morning commencing the process of burying COVID-19 victims, Army Commander Gen. Shavendra Silva said.  

He told the Daily Mirror that another five bodies of COVID-19 victims were to be buried in the same location last evening.  


“The Iranativu Island has also been prepared to bury the remains of COVID-19 victims,” he said.  
“Apart from that, we have chosen another three sites suitable for the burial of COVID-19 victims,” the Army Chief added. 

 

  • Another three sites suitable for the burial of COVID-19 victims have been chosen

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