Concern from professional chambers over legislative frenzy -

by 01/28/2021

The adoption of urgent legislation to deal with the covid-19 crisis has been deemed unacceptable by the Chamber of Trades and the Chamber of Commerce. Unable to analyse them in depth, they believe that the measures could be harmful for companies. 

At least four new variants of the coronavirus are keeping scientists awake at night. One, first identified in southeast England, has now shown up in at least 50 countries and appears to be spreading more efficiently than older variations of the virus. Its appearance has frightened political leaders, who have closed borders and imposed travel


The World Health Organization warns COVID-19 fatigue in Africa has the potential to drive and produce subsequent new waves of this deadly infectious disease.  WHO reports a cumulative total of 3.5 million cases of coronavirus in Africa and 88,000 deaths.  In the past week, the WHO reports more than 175,000 new COVID-19 cases across Africa and 6,200 deaths.  The U.N.


Read more about Carefully reviewing UN report on human rights situation in Sri Lanka: US on Business-standard. "We are carefully reviewing the significant report from" the UN Human Rights Council "on human rights in Sri Lanka," US State Department Spokesman Ned Price said