The current COVID-19 lockdown should be reviewed after the coming traditional new year, while increasing testing capacity and encouraging continued social-distancing and self-isolation practices, chair professors of medicine in six Sri Lankan state universities said today.
Sri Lanka's Colombo tea auction, which went online due to a Coronavirus curfew ending a 126-year-old tradition is doing the job, but the digital sales process is still slower than human outcry system it replaced as market participant learn the ropes, brokers said.By Mahadiya Hamza
As Sri Lanka’s confirmed COVID-19 cases reach the 180s, the government has invited indigenous medical practitioners to explore “alternative” medical solutions to the global pandemic.
Police spokesman Deputy Inspector General Ajith Rohana is warning people who are fear-mongering about minority communities and distracting the authorities from the fight against the spread of the COVID 19 virus.
Holders of valid student or work visa can still travel to Korea and enter the country after being quarantined but the embassy in Colombo said it is halting consular services.
Doctors in Vietnam's Choi Ray hospital have put a British pilot whose lungs were damaged from Coronavirus on external blood oxygenation machine as Prime Minister Boris Johnson was put in intensive care as his condition worsened.
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