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Sri Lankan News

An individual has been arrested by Mullaitivu Police for impersonating a candidate sitting for the ongoing G.C.E. Ordinary Level examination. MORE..

3 Mar 2021 (6:40 PM)

Sri Lanka is expected to receive the first batch of COVID vaccines under the COVAX facility this weekend, says State Minister of Primary Health Care, Epidemics and COVID Disease Control Sudarshini Fernandopulle. MORE..

3 Mar 2021 (3:16 PM)

The President has agreed to prioritize employees of factories and the tourism sector when the next batch of COVID-19 vaccine arrives in the country, Minister of Tourism Prasanna Ranatunga stated. MORE..

3 Mar 2021 (7:40 PM)

The Court of Appeal has directed the Attorney General to examine and submit a report on the alleged illegal construction and development projects at the Muthurajawela Wetlands on March 09. MORE..

3 Mar 2021 (3:12 PM)

The Pfizer and Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines have been "highly effective" in reducing coronavirus infections and severe illness among elderly people in Britain, with a more than 80 percent reduction in hospitalisation, official data showed Monday. MORE..

3 Mar 2021 (12:46 AM)

Sri Lanka has confirmed 07 new COVID-related deaths today (March 02), says the Director-General of Health Services. MORE..

2 Mar 2021 (10:32 PM)

COVID-19 infections registered in Sri Lanka crossed 84,000-mark as 205 more persons were tested positive today (March 03). MORE..

3 Mar 2021 (7:58 PM)

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