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Sri Lankan News

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, today (31), has taken measures to provide the medical and non-medical staff of the Mulleriyawa Base Hospital with necessary protective gear. MORE..

31 Mar 2020 (3:14 PM)

COVID-19 cases tally in Sri Lanka has surged to 129 as seven new patients tested positive for the deadly virus as at 3.20 pm today (31), says the Ministry of Health. MORE..

31 Mar 2020 (5:14 PM)

The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) is to remain closed for trading from April 01 until the curfew is lifted. MORE..

31 Mar 2020 (4:07 PM)

The ongoing curfew in the districts of Colombo, Gampaha, Kalutara, Puttalam, Kandy and Jaffna which have been identified as High-Risk Zones will remain in force until further notice, the President s Media Division (PMD) said today. MORE..

31 Mar 2020 (8:33 PM)

With direct deposits and donations from organizations and individual donors, the COVID-19 Healthcare and Social Security Fund s balance surpasses Rs. 242 million, says the President s Media Division. MORE..

1 Apr 2020 (12:04 AM)

The Epidemiology Unit of the Ministry of Health confirms that two more patients who had tested positive for Coronavirus have recovered completely and were discharged today. MORE..

31 Mar 2020 (2:19 PM)

Experts in Sri Lanka are about to launch research into the Japanese drug which has been found to be useful in reducing the complications of the COVID-19 virus. MORE..

31 Mar 2020 (5:42 PM)

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