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Task Force commences door-to-door supply of essential food items

The Task Force, which is managing distribution of essential food and other items, has taken all the necessary measures to ensure continued door- to- door supply system for people to purchase essential items while staying in indoors.   

 


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Another batch of 501 returnees left home after quarantine

Another 501 returnees and four foreigners, who arrived from Italy and South Korea and underwent 14-day quarantine process at Punani, Kandakadu and Diyatalawa Quarantine Centers, returned home this morning (27).


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Work from home duration extended up to 3 April

The duration of work from home period has been extended from 30 March to 3 April 2020 in order to strengthen the efforts of the Government to prevent spread of COVID – 19 virus in the Island.


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Navy renovates Infectious Diseases Unit at District General Hospital – Vavuniya

The Navy renovated the Infectious Diseases Unit of the District General Hospital in Vavuniya. The initiative is an extension of the Navy’s ongoing efforts to support the nationwide campaign against spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

 


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Quarantined second batch left homes today

The second batch of 201 returnees from abroad, who underwent quarantine process in Kandakadu and Punani quarantine centres, left for their homes this morning (25).


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New Governor Western Province former SLAF chief Roshan Goonetileke

Former Chief of Defence Staff and Sri Lanka Air Force Commander, Marshal of the Air Force Roshan Goonetileke has been appointed as the Western Province Governor.


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First group of returnees left home after 14-day quarantine

A group of 311 returnees from coronavirus hit countries, left for their homes after completing 14-days quarantine in army led centres, today (24).


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Ranaviru Apparels starts producing disposable microfiber suits for medics

The Ranaviru Apparels garment factory of the Sri Lanka Army commenced producing disposable microfiber suits with shoe covers for medical teams while treating or quarantining infected individuals.