NITN | @notintownlive | 09 Aug 2021, 10:04 am
Colombo: SriLankan Airlines has uplifted another batch of Sinopharm vaccines amounting to four million doses to the country on three dedicated cargo flights.
The consignment arrived on UL1869, UL865, and UL869 from Beijing China to Sri Lanka.
The airline has uplifted a total of 16.3 million Sinopharm vaccines since the month of March.
In addition, the airline continues to support the healthcare system by offloading and clearing on a priority basis on arrival in Colombo at the SriLankan Cargo facility in Katunayake.
SriLankan Cargo operated a special flight to carry syringes and medical equipment on gratis through the scheduled flights to Shanghai.
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