The reopening of Sri Lanka’s Colombo International Airport has been delayed indefinitely, after repatriation flights were suspended due to a spike in Covid-19 infections last week.
It is reported that 285 Sri Lankans who were stranded in Jordan were brought back to Sri Lanka today (14.
The leopard that was rescued while trapped in a row of estate houses at the Kenilworth Estate in Ginigathhena was released back into the forest today.
As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 8.15 pm today (14.7.2020), the number of COVID-19 positive cases has risen to 2663.
As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 7.00 pm today (14.7.2020), the number of COVID-19 positive cases has risen to 2661.
There have been no isolated cases of COVID-19 patients found in Colombo or its outskirts and all associates linked to the Kandakadu Rehabilitation Center inmates and its employees have been traced while further monitoring is continuing, Director General of Health Services, Dr.
The Mobitel Office at the W.A.D Ramanayake Mawatha has been closed after a person, who had contacts with a Covid-19 patient had visited the office, its Management said in statement.
All shops in Kalawana were closed from noon today after a COVID-19 infected patient was found in the area, Kalawana Eksath Traders Association President W.
As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 6.00 pm today (14.7.2020), the number of COVID-19 positive cases has risen to 2657.
One person who was admitted to the Negombo Hospital for a PCR test on Covid-19 has died after falling from the eighth floor of the hospital, the Police said.
Melsta Hospitals Ragama has been closed after its General Manager (GM), who had conducted lectures at the Kandakadu Rehabilitation Centre, was tested positive for COVID-19, police said.
At least 647 people who had contacts with COVID-19 patients in Polonnaruwa District had been sent to quarantine, Regional Health Services Office said.
As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 5.00 pm today (14.7.2020), the number of COVID-19 positive cases has risen to 2653.
285 Sri Lankans return from Jordan.285 Sri Lankans who were stranded in Jordan due to travel restrictions have landed at the Bandaranaike International Airport this morning.
331 nabbed in Western province raids police stated.331 individuals have been arrested on various charges in special ongoing raids carried out in the Western Province.