96 COVID-19 cases recorded today; total at 1,278
19 new patients today raise total cases to 1,201
Unis to reopen in June for final year medical students
COVID-19 recoveries exceed 700
90 Kuwait returnees among COVID-19 cases
19 more Navy sailors recover from COVID-19
Flight scheduled to leave for Qatar cancelled
Institutions asked to limit staff reporting to work
Curfew imposed across the island lifted
Total COVID-19 cases in SL rise to 1,182
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Another 69 individuals test positive for COVID-19 today, accordingly raising total confirmed cases recorded in the island to 1,278.
17 COVID-19 patients identified thus far today, raising total confirmed cases to 1,199
Another 17 persons who contracted the coronavirus have recovered and have been discharged from hospitals.
90 Sri Lankans who returned from Kuwait have contracted COVID-19.
19 more Navy personnel who contracted COVID-19 have recovered and have been discharged from hospitals.
Universities will reopen on the 15th of June only for final year students of the Medical Faculty who are due to sit their examinations.
The WHO says testing of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a possible treatment for coronavirus has been halted because of safety fears.
Over 56,000 PCR tests have been conducted in Sri Lanka thus far.
The Education Ministry says talks will be held today with several factions including the Health Ministry pertaining to reopening schools.
The coronavirus has changed the timelines of most governments, businesses, establishments and calendars of average people like you and me.
The 2020 Parliamentary Election will be held on the 25th of April to elect members to the Ninth Parliament of Sri Lanka.
The Extraordinary Gazette notification dissolving the eighth Parliament has been issued.
The paradise island is illuminated once again with the spirit of cricket and is diagnosed with the favourite,” Big Match Fever”.
President says amendments to the Constitution are vital if the country's sovereignty and unitary status is to be safeguarded.