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RU Dawase Paththara 23-05-2020

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Thirteen more Sri Lanka Navy personnel who had contracted the novel coronavirus have completely recovered from the illness, stated Sri Lanka Navy. MORE..

25 May 2020 (2:56 PM)

Private bus owners have requested the National Transport Commission (NTC) for permission for inter-provincial bus services to enter Colombo. MORE..

25 May 2020 (11:20 AM)

Fourteen more individuals have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus increasing the total number of cases reported in Sri Lanka to 1,162, stated the Ministry of Health. MORE..

25 May 2020 (7:13 PM)

The High Commission of the Republic of Seychelles issued a statement on the recently disputed incident of admitting a group of Seychelles national to Sri Lanka for urgent medical treatment. MORE..

26 May 2020 (1:09 AM)

Sri Lanka reported its tenth death from the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, a short while ago, confirmed Director General of Health Services Dr. Anil Jasinghe. MORE..

25 May 2020 (6:44 PM)

Seven more naval personnel who were confirmed to have contracted the COVID-19 have made complete recoveries from the virus, Sri Lanka Navy said. MORE..

25 May 2020 (1:01 PM)

The government is currently looking into limiting the repatriation of Sri Lankans who are stuck overseas due to the COVID-19 pandemic, stated Director-General of Health Services Dr. Anil Jasinghe. MORE..

25 May 2020 (9:24 PM)

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