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Sri Lankan News

The Ministry of Health reports that another 268 persons have tested positive for coronavirus, increasing the daily count of new Covid-19 cases to 983. MORE..

27 Sep 2021 (10:45 PM)

Germans have voted for change- The Social Democratic Party has beaten Chancellor Angela Merkel s Christian Democratic Union by the slim margin of 1.6 percentage points, according to preliminary official results reported early Monday. MORE..

27 Sep 2021 (3:28 PM)

The locally mutated Delta variant of COVID-19 is now assigned to a new Delta sub-lineage, called Delta AY.28.COV-lineage. MORE..

27 Sep 2021 (12:18 AM)

An incident has been reported where an individual had allegedly shot and killed his wife in the Karadamandiya area in Embilipitiya. MORE..

27 Sep 2021 (10:35 AM)

The collection of test samples at Sri Lanka s largest PCR testing facility has been temporarily halted. MORE..

27 Sep 2021 (2:28 PM)

The daily total of new COVID-19 cases moved to 1,078 today (Se. 26) as 331 more people were tested positive for the virus, the Epidemiology Unit of the Health Ministry said. MORE..

26 Sep 2021 (10:44 PM)

The total number people who fell victim to COVID-19 infection in Sri Lanka moved up as 51 more fatalities were confirmed by the Director-General of Health Services on Sunday (Sep. 26). MORE..

27 Sep 2021 (6:45 PM)

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