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Saturday May 15th, 2021
Health

Website to register for Covid vaccine launched

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lankans can now go online and register to receive the Covid 19 vaccine the State Ministry for Primary Health Care, Epidemic and COVID Disease Control announced.

The website – https://ehr.lk/ asks users for personal details as well as their medical history.

Users are permitted to select either a government or private hospital to get their jab.

The Website was launched at the Ministry of health with the participation of State Minister of Indigenous Medicine Promotion, Rural and Ayurveda Hospitals Development and Community Health, Sisira Jayakody and State Minister of Production, Supply and Regulation of Pharmaceuticals Channa Jayasumana.

Through the www.statehealth.gov.lk website the general public has given the opportunity to register for the Covid 19 vaccination program which is scheduled to start from mid-March 2021 with the next batch of Oxford COVISHIELD vaccine.

(Colombo/ Feb 10/20201)

Reported by Chanka Jayasinghe

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  1. E.A.P.L.Amaratunga says:

    This website is still being updated.

  2. Anver Ahamed says:

    The website ehr.lk is unaccessible. For the past one week I get the message
    that it is being updated.
    Please advise how I can proceed.
    My wife is a foreign national, residing in Sri-Lanka. Please advise whether I can submit her passport number instead of NIC number.

  3. Mrs C D Kuruppu says:

    When I try to access the website http://www.ehr.lk/, it gives me an error message saying ‘This website is currently being updated & will be available shortly’. Please advise how else I can register as I would like to get my elderly parents aged 80 and 87 ASAP

  4. Dr. Jeewantha Perera says:

    Still the web page is not completed?

  5. Sue says:

    Well as usual the site doesn’t work. When is this site going to be active?

  6. Vijitha Jayasinghe says:

    I try to access the website http://www.ehr.lk/, it gives a message saying ‘This website is currently being updated & will be available shortly’. Please advise how I can register to get the vaccination to my wife n me.My wife is 68 years and I am 72 years old. Apprecite your feed back and to facilitate us to get the vaccinations. Thank You n Kind regards Vijitha

    1. Arjuna Ranawana says:

      We believe that the site has crashed and this option is not available to the public anymore. Unfortunately you have to approach the Ministry we cannot help

  7. Brenda Cornelius says:

    As a British expat residing in Sri Lanka how can we register for the Covid 19 vaccine?

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Comments (8)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. E.A.P.L.Amaratunga says:

    This website is still being updated.

  2. Anver Ahamed says:

    The website ehr.lk is unaccessible. For the past one week I get the message
    that it is being updated.
    Please advise how I can proceed.
    My wife is a foreign national, residing in Sri-Lanka. Please advise whether I can submit her passport number instead of NIC number.

  3. Mrs C D Kuruppu says:

    When I try to access the website http://www.ehr.lk/, it gives me an error message saying ‘This website is currently being updated & will be available shortly’. Please advise how else I can register as I would like to get my elderly parents aged 80 and 87 ASAP

  4. Dr. Jeewantha Perera says:

    Still the web page is not completed?

  5. Sue says:

    Well as usual the site doesn’t work. When is this site going to be active?

  6. Vijitha Jayasinghe says:

    I try to access the website http://www.ehr.lk/, it gives a message saying ‘This website is currently being updated & will be available shortly’. Please advise how I can register to get the vaccination to my wife n me.My wife is 68 years and I am 72 years old. Apprecite your feed back and to facilitate us to get the vaccinations. Thank You n Kind regards Vijitha

    1. Arjuna Ranawana says:

      We believe that the site has crashed and this option is not available to the public anymore. Unfortunately you have to approach the Ministry we cannot help

  7. Brenda Cornelius says:

    As a British expat residing in Sri Lanka how can we register for the Covid 19 vaccine?