A Mosquito Control Week conducted by the Public Health Department of the Colombo Municipality was inaugurated by the newly elected Mayor Rosy Senanayake at the Town Hall premises yesterday.
Municipality’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Ruwan Wijayamuni said the Mosquito Control Week was organised in collaboration with the Health Ministry and the Presidential Task Force to prevent possible outbreaks of Dengue with the forthcoming monsoon season.
Katie Thursday, 05 April 2018 10:03 AM
it would be nice if she can also get the pavement completed asap on Lester James Peiris Mawatha [Dickman's Road] as this has been pending completion for the past 4 month. We pedestrians ruin our shoes walking on those pavements and more than that its dangerous as well.
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