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Deweni Inima (983) - 13-01-2021

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Sri Lankan News

National Operations Centre for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak (NOCPCO) Head Army Commander General Shavendra Silva has issued an updated announcement on the isolation status of several areas. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (10:06 AM)

The count of coronavirus recoveries reported in Sri Lanka has exceeded the 50,000th mark, the Ministry of Health confirmed. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (6:21 PM)

Three more persons who were infected with Covid-19 have fallen victim to the virus, the Director-General of Health Services confirmed a short while ago. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (12:13 AM)

Ministry of Health says 423 more patients who were receiving treatment for Covid-19 infection have regained health. MORE..

24 Jan 2021 (8:00 PM)

Schools in non-isolated police areas in Western Province will reopen tomorrow (January 25) only for students sitting for G.C.E. Ordinary Level Examination in March, says Minister of Education Prof. G.L. Peiris. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (1:03 AM)

The Commissioner General of Motor Traffic today announced that the services provided by the Anuradhapura District Office of the Department of Motor Traffic have been temporarily suspended due to the risk of Covid-19 virus. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (3:34 PM)

Covid-19 infections registered in Sri Lanka crossed the grim milestone of 58,000 as 492 more persons were tested positive today (January 24). MORE..

24 Jan 2021 (10:20 PM)

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