29 COVID-19 cases reported today
11 more Kuwait returnees test positive for COVID-19
COVID-19 cases recorded in Sri Lanka rise to 1,106
COVID-19 recoveries increase to 674
Five Kuwait returnees test positive for COVID-19
Inter-Prov. bus services to resume on Tuesday
900 roadblocks in place today & tomorrow
21 new cases raise COVID-19 infections to 1,089
17 individuals test positive for coronavirus
Island wide curfew from 10pm-4am daily from Tuesday
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The number of persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Sri Lanka has increased to 1,118.
11 more persons who returned from Kuwait have tested positive for COVID-19 today.
12 more persons who returned from Kuwait have tested positive for COVID-19 today.
The number of persons who recovered after testing positive for COVID-19 in the country has risen to 674.
Five persons who returned from Kuwait have tested positive for COVID-19 today.
Lankans residing overseas urged to register themselves with the nearest Sri Lankan Embassy or missions if they wish to be reaptriated.
With the exception of the Colombo and Gampaha districts inter-provincial bus services will resume from Tuesday onwards.
The total number of arrests on charges of violation of curfew regulations has reached 62,677.
276 Sri Lankans who were stranded in Bangladesh due to the COVID-19 pandemic have returned to the island.
Nearly 900 road blocks are in place across the island and will remain in place both today and tomorrow.
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.