Sri Lanka records 406 new recoveries from Covid-19

Sri Lanka records 406 new recoveries from Covid-19

December 4, 2020   03:32 pm

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Total COVID-19 related recoveries reported in Sri Lanka observed another increase as 406 patients were discharged from medical care upon returning to health.

According to Epidemiology Unit’s data, the recuperations count now stands at 19,438.

Sri Lanka has confirmed 26,038 positive cases of COVID-19 infections to date, and 129 of them have fallen victim to the virus. Meanwhile, 6,471 active cases are still receiving treatment.

As per the daily situation report, the following hospitals and treatment centres had reported the latest recoveries:

National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) – 03
Welikanda Base Hospital – 09
Iranawila Hospital – 05
Minuwangoda Base Hospital – 03
Colombo East Base Hospital – 05
Anuradhapura Teaching Hospital – 02
Dr Neville Fernando Teaching Hospital – 31
Hambantota District General Hospital – 11
Rambukkana District Hospital – 04
Kamburugamuwa Hospital – 12
Kattankudy Hospital – 01
Theldeniya Base Hospital – 02
Homagama Base Hospital – 17
Ambanpola District Hospital – 19
Lunawa District Hospital – 01
Ingiriya District Hospital – 02
Kosgama District Hospital – 04
Divulapitiya District Hospital – 25
Dompe District Hospital – 11
Radawana District Hospital – 09
Mathugama District Hospital – 01
Army Hospital in Panagoda – 07
Punanai Treatment Centre – 105
Embilipitiya Treatment Centre – 11
Kahagolla Treatment Centre – 03
Wathupiriwela Treatment Centre – 04
Rambukkana Treatment Centre – 24
Polgolla Treatment Centre – 23
Yakkala Treatment Centre – 10
Kopay Treatment Centre – 07
Panideniya Treatment Centre – 31
Koggala Long Beach Treatment Centre – 03
Krishnapuram Treatment Centre in Kilinochchi – 01

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