Dr. Chamal Sanjeeva gives his 4-storied building for quarantining purposes

16 March 2020 12:00 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


By Aneesha Manage   

The former Medical Health Service Director of the Hambantota District and officer of the volunteer force of the army, Dr. Chamal Sanjeeva has given his four-storied medical centre and residence situated in Tangalle to be used for quarantine purposes for the Sri Lankans and the foreigners who have come to Sri Lanka. This building consists of laboratory facilities, 12 rooms for patients. Special AC rooms, quarantine rooms and residential rooms, education and lecture halls and staff rooms.   He said that he discussed with the Health Services Director General Anil Jasinghe about this and he has decided to give it in writing on March 17.   

He said that he was willing to help the president and to work actively in the private hospitals and that he will give the procedure for quarantine at divisional level will be handed over to the president personally.   


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