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In Response to COVID-19, oDoc launched the Sri Lanka National Telemedicine
platform on behalf of the Ministry of Health in Sri Lanka.

Intermediate Care Centres for COVID-19 Patients

20 May 2022, 9:25 AM (GMT)

Sri Lanka Covid-19 Statistics

663,741 Total Cases
16,512 Death Cases
646,933 Recovered Cases
LAST UPDATED : 31/01/2022 | 10:00AM

What does exposure to a COVID-19 positive patient mean?

  • Face to face contact within 1 meter for at least 15 minutes
  • Physical contact
  • For symptomatic patients: exposure 2 days before and 5 days after symptom onset
  • For asymptomatic patients: exposure 2 days before and 5 days after positive PCR test was taken

What do you do if exposed to COVID-19 positive patient?

  • If you’re fully vaccinated, you do not need to quarantine if you have no symptoms. If you do have symptoms, get a PCR test immediately
  • If you’re unvaccinated/partially vaccinated, isolate at home for 7 days. If you do have symptoms, get a PCR test immediately

What does it mean to be fully vaccinated?

  • You would have taken two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and are within 3 months after receiving 2nd dose.
  • You will not be considered fully vaccinated if 3 months have passed after the 2nd dose and you have not yet taken a booster dose. Once you take the booster dose, you will be considered fully vaccinated.
Sea Shine Hotel
Uswatakeiyawa
Hemas hospital

Rates
Single – 15,000
Double – 21,000
Triple – 25,000
Shared – 35,000

Charges inclusive of room and meals.

Medical care -additional 3,000/

Contact No: 
076 422 6886

Berjaya Hotel
Mt. Lavinia
Hemas Hospital

Rates
Single – 15,000
Double – 18,000
Triple – 20,000
Shared – N/A

24/7 care by Medical Officer/Nursing Staff & Consultant’s service.
Ambulance service available.

Contact No: 076 683 0146

Mount Lavinia Hotel
Mount Lavinia
Nawaloka Hospital

Rates
Single – 17,000
Double – 22,000
Triple – 27,000
Shared – N/A

24/7 care by Medical Officer/Nursing staff & Consultant’s service (Fee 10,000/-)


Contact No: 
011 557 7111

Best Western Hotel
COLOMBO 05
Lanka Hospital

Rates
Single – 16,000
Double – 22,000
Triple – 33,000
Shared – N/A

24/7 care by Medical Officer/Nursing staff & Consultant’s service.


Contact No: 077 261 0558

Paradise Village
Negombo
HAPPY LIFE HOSPITALS​

Rates
Single – 15,000
Double – N/A
Triple – 10,000 (*P.H.)
Shared – N/A

Chargers are all inclusive.
For other medical needs- additional amounts will be charged.
*P.H. – Per Head

 Contact No: 077 3030 352

Club Koggala Village
Koggala
SL ARMY

Rates
Single – 12,000
Double – 16,500
Triple – 21,000
Shared – N/A

24/7 care by Medical Officer/Nursing staff & Consultant’s service. 

*Send a WhatsApp msg of the PCR report to 077 3030 352 for booking confirmation 


Contact No: 
091 228 3243 

Airport City Hub
Katunayake
Sethma Hospitals

Rates
Single – 12,000
Double – 15,000
Triple – 18,000
Shared – N/A

24/7 care by Medical Officer/Nursing staff & Consultant’s service.
HDU and Ambulance services  available.

Drop a Whatsapp msg to the number below, for booking confirmation.

WhatsApp071 762 6626

*Due to the increasing demand, the above information is subjected to change. Calling centers to confirm availability is recommended.

Ambulance services:

Suwa Seriya Foundation
Contact no.
1990

Certis Lanka
ambulance service
Contact no.
0112 585 777

Lanka Hospitals emergency service
Contact no.
0115 431 088

Medi-Calls
ambulance service
Contact no.
0112 556605

Asiri Central
ambulance service
Contact no.
0114 660 066

Nawaloka
ambulance service
Contact no.
0115 777 777

Mediquick 
ambulance service 
Contact no.
0773 885 388

For PCR and RAT testing inquiries:

Medihelp (mobile
testing available)
Contact no.
0117 545434

Hemas Hospitals (mobile testing available)
Contact no.
0760 746 430

Western Hospitals
Contact no.
0777 616262

Melsta Labs
Contact no.
0115 086 012

Nawaloka Hospitals
Contact no.
0115 777 777

Durdans Hospitals laboratory (mobile testing available)
Contact no.
0112 140 111

Forte Diagnostics Contact no.
0117 565 562

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For the latest updates on COVID-19 restrictions in Sri Lanka

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is caused by a coronavirus called severe
acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

A coronavirus is a type of virus that causes respiratory
tract infections, such as colds and pneumonia.

Although coronaviruses usually cause mild symptoms,
they can cause life-threatening breathing difficulties and
death.

How does COVID-19 spread?

Coughing

Sneezing
Talking
Touching

According to the WHO, it appears that COVID-19 spreads through respiratory droplets. This means
you can contract the disease if a person with COVID-19 talks, coughs or sneezes close to
you.Transmission may also be possible indirectly through surfaces and objects touched by an
infected person.

Symptoms of COVID -19

If you’re feeling unwell and wondering if your symptoms are due to COVID-19, or if you or someone in your family has COVID-19, this page includes the latest information on what to do. The four key symptoms of COVID-19 are:
  • Fever
  • A new, continuous cough
  • Sore throat
  • Difficulty breathing

Having these symptoms doesn’t necessarily mean you have COVID-19 but for the sake of your loved ones and those around you, you should visit your nearest hospital and seek medical advice immediately.

Other common symptoms of COVID-19 include:

  • Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

  • You cannot smell or taste anything,
    or things smell or taste different to normal

  • Body aches and feeling tired

  • Headache

  • A sore throat

  • Runny nose

  • Feeling sick, vomiting and diarrhoea

If you think you have COVID-19, please do the following to keep you, your loved ones and your community safe.

Do not leave your house for any reason other than going to the hospital to seek medical advice

Frequently wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water

Always keep a distance of at least 1 meter between yourself and others in public and at home.

Use a disposable tissue or the inside of your elbow when coughing or sneezing

Always use.a face mask when other people are near you. Do not reuse face masks, dispose them properly in the garbage. 

Frequently use hand sanitizer before and after touching any commonly used objects.

Do you need more help?

Schedule an appointment with a doctor on the oDoc app

Visit the Health Promotion Bureau website

Call 1999 hotline for medical and other advice regarding COVID-19

Call 1990 for ambulance facilities in case of an emergency.  

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