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SL will see end of COVID-19 pandemic in 3-6 months: Ramesh Pathirana

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SL will see end of COVID-19 pandemic in 3-6 months: Ramesh Pathirana Yrptu9n8mzgDhvrxlYPXuUCUyzRlqmAv

Co-Cabinet Spokesperson, Minister Dr. Ramesh Pathirana, stated that the country will see the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in the next three to six months.
He made this statement while addressing the media briefing held at the Government Information Department today.
The Minister said that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has already prepared a program to provide vaccines, and that the Ministry of Health has already held discussions with the WHO to obtain the vaccine.
Minister Pathirana also said that the Government would consider a locally produced drug to treat COVID-19.

https://ceylontoday.lk/news/sl-would-get-rid-of-covid-19-in-3-6-months-ramesh-pathirana

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SL will see end of COVID-19 pandemic in 3-6 months: Ramesh Pathirana Yrptu9n8mzgDhvrxlYPXuUCUyzRlqmAv

Co-Cabinet Spokesperson, Minister Dr. Ramesh Pathirana, stated that the country will see the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in the next three to six months.
He made this statement while addressing the media briefing held at the Government Information Department today.
The Minister said that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has already prepared a program to provide vaccines, and that the Ministry of Health has already held discussions with the WHO to obtain the vaccine.
Minister Pathirana also said that the Government would consider a locally produced drug to treat COVID-19.

https://ceylontoday.lk/news/sl-would-get-rid-of-covid-19-in-3-6-months-ramesh-pathirana

These are nonesence. Now the daily detections around close to 800.
Maybe we have already exceeded the healthcare sector capacity. Add to it the failure of governance from grassroots to the top in the coming months. I sound pessimistic but, having relatives and friends contracted covid, I saw the collateral social, economic impact. Covid didn't hit sri lanka jan-april. Now only covid had hit us in my opinion.

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