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Pethikada 20-11-2020

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Sri Lankan News

The World Health Organization s top emergency expert said on Monday that the world risked future pandemics if it suffered "amnesia" and did not learn from the current coronavirus crisis. MORE..

1 Dec 2020 (3:29 PM)

The protesting inmates at the Mahara Prison have broken into the medical section of the facility amidst the riot, says the Department of Prisons. MORE..

1 Dec 2020 (1:44 PM)

Sri Lanka s Covid-19 death toll escalated to 122 today (December 01), the Director-General of Health Services announced a short while ago. MORE..

2 Dec 2020 (12:12 AM)

The total count of Covid-19 cases reported in Sri Lanka reached 24,255 as more persons were tested positive for the virus. MORE..

1 Dec 2020 (8:33 PM)

The tally of COVID-19 related recoveries reported in Sri Lanka went up again as 257 patients were discharged from medical care upon returning to health. MORE..

1 Dec 2020 (5:05 PM)

The Attorney General has instructed the IGP to take immediate steps due to Covid-19 to develop an action plan and implement directions to release prisoners on bail by Monday, in order to reduce prison overcrowding. MORE..

1 Dec 2020 (7:10 PM)

The Secretary General of Parliament Dhammika Dasanayake stated that it has not been confirmed that any member of the Parliament staff has tested positive for COVID-19 virus. MORE..

1 Dec 2020 (7:00 PM)

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