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Sri Lanka confirms 9,000 Coronavirus cases

The number of COVID-19 cases confirmed in Sri Lanka surpassed the 9,000-mark today following the detection of 211 patients.

The number of infections reported in Sri Lanka is currently at 9,081.

The Department of Government Information said 211 new cases include 202 persons identified as close contacts of COVID-19 patients and nine infections from quarantine centres.

Accordingly, the Minuwangoda-Peliyagoda cluster has increased to 5,607.

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