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The Members of Parliament have been invited to attend random PCR tests conducted at the Parliament complex.

Serjeant-at-Arms Narendra Fernando said that random PCR tests are conducted once a week for the staff of the Parliament as well.

He said PCR tests will be conducted once a week during the sitting days as well as non-sitting days with the support of the Department of the Director General of Health Services.

Meanwhile, MP Upul Galappaththi who has been identified as an associate of  MP Wasantha Yapa Bandara ,has tested negative for COVID 19 following the tests.

He said all the 190 persons who were subjected to PCR tests on January 25 have tested negative for COVID - 19.

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  • Samson Thursday, 28 January 2021 04:56 PM

    Also priority vaccination must be given to all members and staff.

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