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PHIs’ demands sent to AG for study - Ministry

The Health Ministry has forwarded the relevant documents in connection with the demands made by the Public Health Inspectors’ Union of Sri Lanka to the Attorney General for approval and the documents are now with the Attorney General’s Department, a Health Ministry spokesman said.

The Public Health Inspectors’ Union of Sri Lanka said their members will keep away from COVID-19 control duties, Dengue control duties and election duties with effect from today (June 29).

The Union spokesman said their trade union action has been informed to the Health Ministry, the Election Commission and all Provincial Health Authorities through a letter sent on June 10. They have communicated their demands to the health authorities, the Union said.

The union has forwarded three main demands on June 10 to the health authorities. They are solving the issue of appointing Inspectors uner the Quarantine and Prevention of Diseases Ordinance No.03 of 1897, legalizing all operational instructions issued in connection with COVID-19 including the health recommendations made on holding the General Election and making and legalizing regulations in connection with the Quarantine and Prevention of Diseases Ordinance No.03 of 1897, sources added.


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