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Descriere: epa09393464 Sri Lankan hospital workers transfer unclaimed bodies of suspected Covid-19 victims for Reverse transcription Polymerase chain reaction testing from a freezer storage container to trolleys at the Judicial Medical Officerâs premises at Borella in Colombo, Sri Lanka, 04 August 2021. With the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, Sri Lankan health authorities set up additional freezer storage facilities for unclaimed bodies apart from the respective mortuaries in each hospital. Unclaimed bodies of accident victims and others are currently tested for Covid-19 prior to their being buried or cremated on state expenses. While cremation of Covid-19 victims is carried out at public cemetery crematoriums, burials are carried out at selected locations only as burial of dead bodies with COVID-19 leads to increased risk of spreading COVID-19 infections. According to the Director General of Health Services Sri Lanka has reported a total of 4,645 Covid-19 related deaths up to 02 August 2021. EPA/CHAMILA KARUNARATHNE ATTENTION EDITORS: GRAPHIC CONTENT