Covid-19 positive cases in SL rises to 148
Global Bodies warn of “Worldwide Food Crisis”
‘Near-exponential spread of COVID-19 concerning’
More info revealed on 3rd COVID-19 victim in SL
Sri Lanka reports third COVID-19 linked death
Wimbledon cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic
SriLankan suspends flights between 8-21 April
Three more COVID-19 cases recover
140 from Pannila to be quarantined
Pharmacies requested to open on 3 days
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Two more persons test positive for Coronavirus in Sri Lanka, bringing the current number of Covid-19 positive cases in the Island to 148.
400 families in a housing complex situated in Maradana have been placed under lockdown.
Director General of Health Services Dr. Anil Jasinghe has revealed more information on the 3rd COVID-19 victim in Sri Lanka.
The Sri Lanka Police has introduced a new hotline for the public to lodge complaints over the spread of the coronavirus.
UN agency Heads in Sri Lanka commend action taken by the Government to face the spread of COVID-19 in the Island.
Heads of three global agencies warn of the risk of a worldwide "food shortage" if authorities fail to manage the ongoing coronavirus crisis properly.
The question of whether more people should be wearing wear face masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus, is to be assessed.
WHO expresses deep concern about the near-exponential escalation of the coronavirus pandemic, with the number of deaths doubling in a week.
SriLankan Airlines says the Airline is compelled to temporarily suspend all its flights from the 8th of April to the 21st of April.
Three more persons, who tested positive for the coronavirus in Sri Lanka, have recovered and have been discharged.
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.