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Possibilities of legalizing health rules

The Presidential Task Force at the National Operation Centre for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak (NOCPCO) had a session of discussion on 20 May, together with experts and other stakeholders at the NOCPCO in Rajagiriya.

Possibilities of legalizing health rules
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Sri Lanka: COVID-19 cases tally to 1,028

A total of 5 patients has tested positive for COVID-19 as of 10.15 pm on Wednesday (20), says the Ministry of Health.

Sri Lanka:  COVID-19 cases tally to 1,028
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Samudra Setu: Repatriation of Indian nationals from Sri Lanka by INS Jalashwa

Continuing the ongoing efforts for repatriation of Indian nationals stranded in Sri Lanka an Indian Naval Ship INS Jalashwa will make a voyage to Tuticorin from Colombo Port on 01st June 2020.

INS: Jalaswa
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Sri Lanka: 31 New Cases added to the total of 1023 positive cases of COVID 19

The total number of patients infected with the COVID 19 pandemic has passed the one thousand mark as the total reached 1,023 today (19) the Department of Health said.

 Sri Lanka: 31 New Cases added to the total of 1023 positive cases of COVID 19
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Repatriation of Indians stranded in Sri Lanka

According to the Indian High Commission in Colombo, the government of India under the ‘Vande Bharat Mission’ is undertaking the largest ever evacuation of stranded Indian nationals across the world to India.

Repatriation of Indians stranded in Sri Lanka
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Water levels of Kalu and Ging Ganga have reached at minor flood level

Water levels of Kalu and Ging Ganga have reached at minor flood level at Thawalama and Baddegama due to prevailing heavy rivers. The Department of Irrigation has advised people in Neluwa, Thawalama and Kotapola to be vigilant.

Water levels of Kalu and Ging Ganga have reached at minor flood level
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NBRO warns people to be watchful on the possibility of landslides & of other calamities

The National Building Research Organization (NBRO) warns people to be watchful on the possibility of landslides, slope failures, rock falls, cutting failures and ground subsidence, since the rainfall within the past 24 hours has exceeded 75mm.

NBRO warns people to be watchful on the possibility of landslides & of  other calamities
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Number of COVID 19 patients detected in Sri Lanka rose to 991.

The Ministry of Health said that 10 new coronavirus patients were detected in Sri Lanka yesterday (Monday).

Number of COVID 19 patients detected in Sri Lanka rose to 991.
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Repatriation of amnesty beneficiaries from Kuwait to commence today

Sri Lankans who have sought to benefit from the Amnesty declared by the Kuwaiti Government for Sri Lankans who are out of status, will commence repatriation from today.

Repatriation of amnesty beneficiaries from Kuwait to commence today
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President explores possibility of finding maritime jobs for Sri Lankans

:President Gotabaya Rajapaksa explores the possibility of finding employment for Sri Lankan youths at prominent shipping companies in the world in the context of current situation where major shipping lines are facing labour shortages in the international market due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

President explores possibility of finding maritime jobs for Sri Lankans
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