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President Rajapaksa ignores recommendations by medical professionals to control the raging pandemic in Sri Lanka

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In a joint letter, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa  Sri Lanka Medical Professional Associations proposed 8 important recommendations to be implemented to control the raging Covid pandemic in Sri Lanka. So far Rajapaksa has not shown any interest in meeting these associations or implementing their recommendations.

The letter has been signed by Dr. Anuruddha Padeniya, President. Government Medical Officers Association, Dr. LakKumar Fernando, President, Sri Lanka Medical Association
Prof. Thamasi Makuloluwa, Convenor SMIC/ The Sri Lanka Medical Association.

 

 

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