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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Covid cases in Sri Lanka on the rise again!

Covid cases in Sri Lanka on the rise again!

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ChooBoy


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Average Covid19 daily cases are marching towards 3,000 once again while average daily recorded deaths reached 40

Covid cases in Sri Lanka on the rise again! Desb1vtzarw?alt=media&token=206aa788-40c7-41d0-a91d-b35024c28ee5



The number of COVID19 cases fell below 3,000 during last week of May but it has come back to previous level. During that period the average daily PCR test was around 25,300 but now it has fallen below 20,000, This has resulted the daily average positive rate to pushed higher level to 14.8% from 10.0%. Average daily recorded deaths have reached to 40.

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