The coronavirus death toll in Sri Lanka rose to 2,136 today, the Government Information Department said.
The Government said that another 63 deaths linked to the virus were confirmed today.
The deaths had been reported between 23rd May and 12th June 2021.
The Government said that 12 deaths had been reported between 23rd May to 31 May.
Another 51 deaths had occurred between 01 June to 11 June. There were no deaths reported on 12th June.
The latest victims are residents of Lunuwatta, Bandarawela, Galle, Thissawewa, Wennappuwa, Aluthmalkaduwawa, Narammala, Wariyapola, Kudagalgamuwa, Boyagane, Rideegama, Madahapola, Pubbogama, Moratuwa, Thannamunai, Bulathsinghala, Wellawatta, Piliyandala, Kotte, Makuldeniya, Mawanella, Nawalapitiya, Panadura, Aranayake, Walachchenei 5, Walachchenei 4, Wallalawita, Poodaluoya, Handessa, Hataraliyadda, Kandy, Ganegoda, Gampola, Neboda, Bollassagama, Bandaragama, Danovita, Katukithula, Pilimathalawa, Dompe, Dodangoda, Mathugama, Meegahathenna, Waskaduwa, Warapitiya, Poruwadanda, Hawa Eliya, Ibbagamuwa, Kalmunai, Dorawaka, Akurana, Biranthirachenai and Warakamuna.
The cause of death was recorded as the COVID-19 infection associated with diseases such as COVID pneumonia, multi-organ failure, COVID-19 lung pneumonia, myocardial infarction, ischemic heart disease, hypothyroidism, meningo encephalitis, acute respiratory distress syndrome, stroke, sepsis, cellulitis, diabetes mellitus, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypertension, acute coronary syndrome, severe COVID-19 pneumonia, bronchial asthma, cardio pulmonary arrest, cerebrovascular accident, COVID-19 chest infection, chronic kidney disease, dyslipidemia, septic shock, heart failure and the complications of respiratory diseases.