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Siyatha News 12.00 PM 02-10-2020

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Sri Lankan News

Covid-19 infections registered in Sri Lanka swept past the grim milestone of 27,000 as 501 more persons were tested positive today (05), the Health Ministry revealed. MORE..

5 Dec 2020 (8:11 PM)

An expectant mother sustained critical injuries while her two daughters died in a motor accident that took place in Egoda Uyana, Moratuwa. MORE..

5 Dec 2020 (1:16 PM)

Another person infected with novel coronavirus has died today (04), the Director-General of Health Services confirmed. MORE..

5 Dec 2020 (12:25 AM)

The departure public concourse of the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) in Katunayake has been reopened for visitors from 9.00 am today (05). MORE..

5 Dec 2020 (10:54 AM)

The Ministry of Health says 652 more individuals, who were previously diagnosed with Covid-19, have made complete recoveries. MORE..

5 Dec 2020 (5:06 PM)

The motorcyclist who caused the accident which claimed the lives of two children and critically injured their expectant mother has been arrested and produced before the Moratuwa Magistrate s Court. MORE..

5 Dec 2020 (7:29 PM)

Sri Lanka s Covid-19 figures saw another surge today (04), as 269 more persons were tested positive for the virus. MORE..

4 Dec 2020 (11:15 PM)

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