Sri lanka's Medical faculties to assist in PCR testing

Sri lanka’s Medical faculties to assist in PCR testing

Sri lanka’s Medical faculties to assist in PCR testing

The Ministry of Health has requested the University Grants Commission to allow medical faculties of Sri lanka to assist in conducting PCR tests.

Reportedly, the Secretary to the Ministry of Health has made the relevant request in writing yesterday (14).

Thereby, the Vice Chancellors of all universities were informed of the request yesterday, stated the Chairman of University Grants Commission, Senior Professor Sampath Amaratunga.

Prof. Amaratunga says that the Vice Chancellors of all the universities have responded positively to the request. Accordingly, PCR testing at Sri Jayawardenapura, Galle, Colombo, Jaffna, and Peradeniya Medical Faculties are scheduled to commence soon.

The PCR testing at the Medical Faculty of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura will most likely begin today (15),Professor Sampath Amaratunga added.

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Sri lanka’s Medical faculties to assist in PCR testing

The Ministry of Health has requested the University Grants Commission to allow medical faculties of Sri lanka to assist in conducting PCR tests.

Reportedly, the Secretary to the Ministry of Health has made the relevant request in writing yesterday (14).

Thereby, the Vice Chancellors of all universities were informed of the request yesterday, stated the Chairman of University Grants Commission, Senior Professor Sampath Amaratunga.

Prof. Amaratunga says that the Vice Chancellors of all the universities have responded positively to the request. Accordingly, PCR testing at Sri Jayawardenapura, Galle, Colombo, Jaffna, and Peradeniya Medical Faculties are scheduled to commence soon.

The PCR testing at the Medical Faculty of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura will most likely begin today (15),Professor Sampath Amaratunga added.

” If COVID-19 is spreading in your community, stay safe by taking some simple precautions, such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, cleaning your hands, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue. Check local advice where you live and work. Do it all! “

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