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A suspect has been arrested over the recent attack on the restaurant in Soysapura, Moratuwa, stated the Police Media Spokesperson. MORE..

31 May 2020 (10:21 AM)

Three more persons have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, raising the total count of cases reported in the country to 1,566. MORE..

30 May 2020 (9:36 PM)

As per the results of the PCR tests carried out yesterday (30), no COVID-19 infected person has been reported from the Gaffoor Building in Colombo and the surrounding communities. MORE..

31 May 2020 (4:06 PM)

A mechanism to test those who enter the country through the airport for COVID-19 infection should be introduced expeditiously, states the Sri Lanka Association of Government Medical Laboratory Technologists. MORE..

31 May 2020 (1:29 PM)

The Ministry of Health confirmed that 47 more persons have tested positive for COVID-19, hiking the number of cases reported in the country. MORE..

31 May 2020 (12:30 AM)

The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide has surpassed six million, according to data provided by the Johns Hopkins University. MORE..

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Sri Lanka s infections count went up to 1,561 as two more persons were identified as COVID-19-positive. MORE..

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