Written by Hassaan Shazuli
12 Apr, 2020 | 6:20 pm
COLOMBO (News1st): Sri Lanka’s ministry of health has relaxed the restrictions imposed on exporting or re-exporting face masks, as the government seeks to draw in more revenue to the country.
In late March, the ministry announced that exporting or re-exporting surgical face masks and N-95 type masks would be prohibited without prior approval from the National Medicines Regulatory Authority.
However, the ministry in a gazette announced that it has revoked the regulations with effect from April 11.
Medical supplies including face masks and hand sanitizers have drawn a huge demand in both local and international markets since the outbreak of COVID – 19.
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