More than 60000 confirmed cases in Sri Lanka will start vaccination

Sri Lanka has more than 60000 confirmed new crown cases. Sri Lanka will launch the new crown vaccination program in six hospitals in and around Colombo on the 29th. The first batch of vaccinations will be targeted at the front-line anti epidemic medical staff.

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of health released data on the 28th that more than 60000 new crown cases have been confirmed in the country, Xinhua reported. Sri Lanka’s presidential information office said on the same day that the country will start vaccination on the 29th, and the first batch of new crown vaccines have been delivered to Bandaranaike International Airport outside the capital Colombo.

According to the Ministry of health of Sri Lanka, as of 10:00 on the 28th, 772 new crown confirmed cases were added in the country in the past 24 hours, with a total of 60694 confirmed cases and 290 deaths, including more than 22000 confirmed cases in Colombo.

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of health official said that despite the large number of new confirmed cases in Sri Lanka in recent weeks, the epidemic is still under control.

Sri Lanka will launch the new crown vaccination program in six hospitals in and around Colombo on the 29th, with the first batch of vaccinations targeted at front-line health care workers, local media quoted health ministry officials as saying on the 28th.

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