428 new recoveries from COVID-19 confirmed

428 new recoveries from COVID-19 confirmed

November 23, 2020   03:15 pm

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The Ministry of Health says 428 more individuals, who were previously diagnosed with Covid-19, have made complete recoveries.

The new development brings the total number of novel coronavirus recoveries reported in the country to 14,497.

Sri Lanka’s confirmed infections count meanwhile stands at 20,171. The Epidemiology Unit says 5,587 of them are still under medical care.

According to the situation report, the following hospitals have reported the latest recoveries:

National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) – 07
Iranawila Hospital - 08
Minuwangoda Base Hospital - 02
Colombo East Base Hospital – 13
Dr. Neville Fernando Teaching Hospital – 64
Hambantota District General Hospital – 01
Kamburugamuwa Hospital – 09
Teldeniya Base Hospital - 01
Homagama Base Hospital – 05
Lunawa District Hospital – 07
Kosgama District Hospital – 07
Ingiriya District Hospital - 04
Maruthankerny District Hospital – 01
Dankotuwa District Hospital - 01
Pimbura District Hospital – 02
Radawana District Hospital – 03
Undugoda District Hospital -10
Mathugama District Hospital - 06
National Hospital For Respiratory Diseases (NHRD) – 15
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) - 01
Galella Treatment Center – 41
Punani Treatment Center – 40
Embilipitiya Treatment Center – 04
Wathupitiwela Treatment Center - 26
Bingiriya Treatment Center -29
Rambukkana Treatment Center – 04
Karandeniya Treatment Center – 34
Dharga Town Treatment Center – 45
Panideniya Treatment Center -28
Police Training School Kalutara- 10

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