23rd Program Against the Kovid Virus.
In fact, medicine is one of the most important disciplines that people live by giving a healthy contribution to human existence, making a great contribution to human existence that should be identified whether they are Sinhala, Western or Ayurvedic.
In the early days of the Kovid virus, even Western physicians made it clear in the public media that many of the treatments available in Sihala Indigenous medicine were appropriate to combat the virus. In fact, for months before the Kovid vaccine was produced, the people of this country used indigenous medical immunizations. The local methods were used for many months, but with the advent of immunizations against Kovid in Sri Lanka, the majority of the indigenous people forgot their method and turned to Western medicine, relying heavily on the Kovid vaccine produced under various modern names. But with that vaccination, a significant number of the people in this country contracted various diseases. But public confidence in the vaccine was shattered by the lack of people responsible for those diseases. However, Sinhala Indigenous doctors are also taking on the task of curing the people who have fallen ill due to the West Kovid vaccine. The Sinhala Medical Center has been touring various villages in Sri Lanka, making a tremendous contribution to the Sri Lankan community and healing the people.
The 23rd such program was held on the 17th (Poya Day) at the Sri Bodhirajarama Temple in Ratnapura.
There was also a special ceremony at the event and they had to fight against many local abusers and it was clear to us that it was the local Sinhalese who were abusing the locality.
Dr. Ratnapala is shouldering this burden to save something for future generations by maintaining and developing the indigenous medical system in Sri Lanka, despite the many things that are being done by the Sinhalese who are destroying the local things.
Dr. Ratnapala was accompanied by the President of the Indigenous Medicine Center, Dr. Manjula Keeragala, its Secretary Gayani Ranasinghe and a number of Indigenous Physicians from various parts of Sri Lanka who played a vital role in providing treatment and counseling to the people present.
Rangali Sri Lanka Rupavahini and Radio Producers Upali Gamage and Suranja Pathirana presided over the event. Mr. Keeragala’s parents were also felicitated at this occasion due to their immense commitment to the national service.
The legally recognized Kovid Immunization Indigenous Medical Card was also issued under the proper guidance and free medical treatment was also provided.
We pay our respects and respect to the Indigenous Medical Professors who are striving to repost the lives of the Sri Lankan people on this earth at their own expense and we wish them the strength and courage to continue their work as they have made great strides in the face of a thousand obstacles so far. .
Staff Correspondent of Ravana Lanka Media Network at Avissawella.