Rambukuwella said the malnutrition issue in the country is being turned into a political issue
A doctor or specialist must issue a letter on the patient’s condition
The week ended on September 15 saw 1027 suspected dengue cases reported in 23 districts
“We have had to stop routine surgeries and focus on life saving surgeries because of shortages
Sri Lanka is facing shortage of drug as it is unable to import amid forex shortage
As of September, the price of a 15-napkin pack ranges from 350 to 800 rupees in the market
The newly emerged variant has been classified as the “worst version of the virus we’ve seen."
Many people have called all the citizens to join the Saturday protest in Colombo
“We were promised fuel last Friday, but we didn’t get it. At this point. we don’t even have fuel to report to work...
Minister strongly denies claims of acute drug shortage.
Sri Lanka had to close down the country many times to prevent Covid-19 spreading
Only a fraction of ITUKAMA fund has been used so far.
Earlier two consignments of medicine were donated by India and France.
Sri Lanka's pharmaceuticals suppliers are hit by payment delays and are also facing regulatory delays
France has gifted Sri Lanka anesthetics and respiratory medications worth 300,000 Euros
"We are unable to support the dengue prevention programs that are being implemented by the authorities"
Sri Lanka facing two key drug shortage which are needed for heart patients and anti-rabies vaccine
Pharma companies who paid in dollars were badly hit after the rupee depreciation
It will be mandatory for people over 60 years of age and will be optional for people between 20 to 60 years.
Data show dengue patients on the rise amid health authorities struggle to control dengue mosquito
Already doctors individually and collectively have appealed from donors and Sri Lankan expatriates to send drugs
Wijewantha refused to divulge the recommended rate of increase.
The directive will be effective midnight Thursday, he said.
The total deaths from the pandemic have recorded 16,485
A private sector source said conditions are worsening for private sector importers.
"It was renewed within the day, and operations are being carried out as usual,” he said.
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