62 more COVID-19 deaths reported from Sri Lanka
Posted on June 12th, 2021

Courtesy Hiru News

62 more COVID-19 deaths confirmed by the Director General of Health Services increasing the total COVID 19 deaths in Sri Lanka to 2,073.

Death toll due to COVID 19 from 08 to 31 May 2021 as confirmed yesterday (11) by the Director General of Health Services – 07
Death toll due to COVID 19 from 01st June to 10th June as confirmed yesterday (11) by the Director General of Health Services – 55
No COVID death was reported so far yesterday, June 11.

May 08 – 01 death
May 15 – 01 death
May 23 – 02 deaths
May 26 – 01 death
May 31 – 02 deaths
June 01 – 07 deaths
June 03 – 02 deaths
June 05 – 04 deaths
June 06 – 07 deaths
June 07 – 08 deaths
June 08 – 08 deaths
June 09 – 14 deaths
June 10 – 05 deaths
Total number of COVID 19 deaths as confirmed so far yesterday (June 11) – 2073

Details of the deceased
Gender 
Female – 27
Male – 35
Area of Residence 
Panadura, Moratuwa, Alubomulla, Gonawila, Govinna, Kandy, Galle, Thimbirigaskatuwa, Kochchikade, Negombo, Santhiveli, Balangoda, Ninthavur 10, Sammanthurai, Pathana, Baduraliya, Walallawita, Bombuwala, Waskaduwa, Mahagama, Kalutara, Dodangoda, Melsiripura, Ambakote, Kurunegala, Panagamuwa, Maduragoda, Merahawatta, Kinniya, Kattankudy 04, Eravur 01, Kattankudy 03, Raththota, Monaragala, Anuradhapura, Mathugama, Kotikawaththa, Nagollagama, Colombo 12, Kadugannawa, Gampola, Seeduwa, Hemmathagama, Pitigala, Niyagama, Karandeniya and Kahaduwa.
Age Group
30-39 years – 02
40-49 years – 03
50-59 years – 04
60 -69 years – 13<
70-79 years – 21
80-89 years – 17
90-99 years – 02
Over 99 years – 00

Place of Death
At home  – 13
On admission to hospital – 05
 While being treated in hospital – 44

Causes of Death
COVID 19 infection associated with diseases such as COVID Pneumonia, Severe COVID 19 pneumonia, Hypertension, Ischaemic heart disease, Chronic renal disease, Diabetes, Dyslipidaemia, Cerebro vascular disease, Acute kidney injury, Multi organ failure, Acute<br />respiratory distress syndrome, Occlusive coronary artery disease, Sepsis, Chronic kidney disease, Chronic renal failure, Chronic lung disease, Large pulmonary embolism, Cecal adenocarcinoma, Acute respiratory failure, Stroke, Bronchial asthma, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and the complications of Respiratory diseases

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