PHOTOS COVID-19 patients rise to 70 in Sri Lanka

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COVID-19 patients rise to 70 in Sri Lanka

Xinhua

22:47, March 21, 2020

Cars wait at a petrol station before the curfew in Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 20, 2020. The government earlier Friday declared an islandwide curfew starting from 6:00 pm on Friday and will end at 6:00 am on Monday in order to prevent the further spread of the infection. The number of infected COVID-19 patients rose to 70 in Sri Lanka on Friday after 11 new patients were detected, the Health Ministry said in a statement. (Photo by Ajith Perera/Xinhua)

People wait in front of a grocery store before the curfew in Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 20, 2020. The government earlier Friday declared an islandwide curfew starting from 6:00 pm on Friday and will end at 6:00 am on Monday in order to prevent the further spread of the infection. The number of infected COVID-19 patients rose to 70 in Sri Lanka on Friday after 11 new patients were detected, the Health Ministry said in a statement. (Photo by Ajith Perera/Xinhua)

A woman with a trolley of goods is seen in Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 20, 2020. The government earlier Friday declared an islandwide curfew starting from 6:00 pm on Friday and will end at 6:00 am on Monday in order to prevent the further spread of the infection. The number of infected COVID-19 patients rose to 70 in Sri Lanka on Friday after 11 new patients were detected, the Health Ministry said in a statement. (Photo by Ajith Perera/Xinhua)

Mobile photo taken on March 20, 2020 shows people waiting to buy goods before the curfew in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The government earlier Friday declared an islandwide curfew starting from 6:00 pm on Friday and will end at 6:00 am on Monday in order to prevent the further spread of the infection. The number of infected COVID-19 patients rose to 70 in Sri Lanka on Friday after 11 new patients were detected, the Health Ministry said in a statement. (Photo by Shiran Illanperuma/Xinhua)

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