Health Minister Rajitha Seanrathne has informed the National Dengue Prevention Unit to submit a report after inspecting the situation of the cleaned school premises on 28th and 29th April. The new school term began today (26th April).
In line with the continuous relief operations at the Meetotamulla garbage dump, Engineer troops of the Army covered the remaining garbage site with Polythene to ensure safety in the area on Saturday (22nd April), Army media sources said.
The American Chamber of Commerce agreed to further expand investment in Sri Lanka due to the country’s economic transparency, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said. At the same time, the minister said that it was proposed to take necessary measures swiftly towards it. The minister also pointed out that the American Chamber of Commerce has hailed the financial disciplines maintained by the country. An opportunity to address the American Chamber of commerce is a privilege for Sri Lanka and, such an opportunity will pave the way for the country to attract more investment to the country, Minister Karunanayake said.
The heads of the schools and the government institutions will be prosecuted if their institution premises are found with Dengue mosquitoes, Health Minister Rajitha Senarathne said. A circular in this regard will be issued by the Ministry of Public Administration in the future.