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Garunda Muhurthaya Episode 29

Garunda Muhurthaya Episode 29

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Garunda Muhurthaya Episode 29
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Sri Lankan News

A total of 943 persons at the parliament have been subjected to PCR testing to detect possible coronavirus infections among its members or staff. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (9:08 PM)

The total count of COVID-19 cases reported in Sri Lanka reached 52,634 as 321 more persons were tested positive for the virus. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (7:36 PM)

In a worrying development, 23 elderly people died within a short time of receiving their first coronavirus vaccine shots in Norway. However, there is no confirmation yet if there is a direct correlation between the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 jab and these deaths. MORE..

16 Jan 2021 (11:42 PM)

Sri Lanka s minority Tamil political parties and civil society groups have urged the UN Human Rights Council to establish an international independent investigatory mechanism with a strict time frame to ensure accountability from the island nation on the alleged human rights abuses during the nearly three-decades-long civil war. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (10:54 AM)

England all-rounder Moeen Ali has been released from quarantine in Sri Lanka and re-joined his team-mates in Galle. MORE..

16 Jan 2021 (8:43 PM)

Sri Lanka reports another death from the coronavirus pandemic, pushing the total fatality count to 256 cases, the Director-General of Health Services stated. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (12:50 AM)

The World Health Organization says that its panel has concluded that vaccinations against the novel coronavirus should not be mandatory for international travelers, citing uncertainty over effectiveness and supply. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (6:38 PM)

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