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Sri Lankan News

China has stopped to mourn the thousands who have died in the coronavirus outbreak, including "martyrs" such as whistleblower doctor Li Wenliang, while Donald Trump dismissed the advice of US health officials that all Americans should consider wearing masks in public. MORE..

5 Apr 2020 (7:30 PM)

Sri Lanka Chamber of the Pharmaceutical Industry (SLCPI) has assured the general public that there is no shortage in availability of essential drugs in the private healthcare space, which are the private pharmacies and private hospitals in the country. MORE..

5 Apr 2020 (11:47 PM)

The total number of coronavirus cases in the country has hiked to 170, stated the Epidemiology Unity of the Health Ministry. MORE..

5 Apr 2020 (6:30 PM)

The government has declared the week commencing from tomorrow (06) as a work from home period. MORE..

5 Apr 2020 (3:51 PM)

A Sri Lankan-born Australian citizen has succumbed to the novel coronavirus at Melbourne, Australia, today (05). MORE..

5 Apr 2020 (7:59 PM)

The Ministry of Health confirms that one more patient has tested positive for the Coronavirus, increasing the total number of cases in the country to 176. MORE..

6 Apr 2020 (8:16 AM)

Two more COVID-19 positive patients have recovered from the disease, stated the Ministry of Health. MORE..

5 Apr 2020 (2:58 PM)

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