COVID-19 UPDATES
  • Total Coronavirus positive patients increase to 1,759 with 66 more new patients reported on Wednesday ( June 3).

  • Total Coronavirus positive patients increase to 1,730 with 47 more new patients reported today so far ( June 3).

  • Total Coronavirus positive patients increase to 1,683 with 40 more new patients reported on Tuesday (June 2).

  • Number of coronavirus positive patients increases to 1,649 with six more new patients identified today (June 2).

  • Total Coronavirus positive patients rise to 1,643 with 10 more new patients identified today (June 1).

  • A 45 year old man succumbs to coronavirus while undergoing treatment at the Homagama hospital a short while ago today (June 01). Total deaths due to the pandemic increased to 11.

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Journey from Mavil Aru to Nandikadal - Heroes of ending LTTE terrorism in Sri Lanka Journey from Mavil Aru to Nandikadal - Heroes of ending LTTE terrorism in Sri Lanka



Sri Lanka and Coronavirus

Since the origin of the novel coronavirus in Wuhan Sri Lankan authorities started to take vigilance in stopping the potential danger.

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24-hour desk for public complaints at President Secretariat

Public complaints lodge to :

Violations of government orders and regulations or any inconvenience caused to 011-2354550 and 011-2354655.

- If unable to lodge complaints to above numbers – dial 011-2354354 with extensions 3872/3874/3875.

- Director of Public Coordination Division - Kapila Gunasinghe - on 077-3743718.

- Matters related to the spread of Coronavirus - 011-2860003 and 011-2860004.

- Public complaints also can lodge to - 0112354354 (extension – 3355)

Dial 1990 to use the free Suwa seriya pre-hospital care ambulance service during any medical emergency.

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PICTURE OF THE DAY

‘Normalcy Returns amidst battle against COVID -19’ – The Fort railway station is seen busy with people as normalcy returns with the ease of Police curfew imposed in the island for over three weeks.