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Sri Lanka: Two week work from home program for public sector from Monday (20)

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COLOMBO (News 1st); The Sri Lankan Government is planning to introduce a two-week work from home (WFH) program for the Public Sector from Monday (20).The President’s Office said the program will be made available by the Ministry of Public Administration via a circular.The President’s Office further said that the program will be in place for a period of two week until the fuel supply is restored across the country.The President’s Office further said that the Education Ministry was instructed to prepare a program on the functions of schools as well. .

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