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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2901

After 14-Day Quarantine Period A group of 311 persons arrived from foreign countries left for their home

Colombo, 24 March, (Asiantribune.com):

A group of 311 persons arrived in Sri Lanka from COVID-19 hit countries left for their homes after undergoing the 14-day quarantine period, the Army said today.

Army Media Spokesman Brigadier Chandana Wickramasinghe said yesterday (24 March) that the first batch of persons to be quarantined after arriving in the country is due to leave the quarantine centers today (24) completing their quarantine period.

Sri Lankan Army Spokesman said, 108 persons were released from the Kandakadu quarantine centre while 203 were released from the Punani quarantine centre.

They had arrived from Italy, South Korea, and Iran after the novel coronavirus spread globally.

Sri Lanka Army will overlook their transportation until Kandy, Matara, and Galle. They will also be provided with lunch and children’s food by the Army.

- Asian Tribune -

After  14-Day Quarantine Period A group of 311 persons arrived from  foreign countries left for their home
After  14-Day Quarantine Period A group of 311 persons arrived from  foreign countries left for their home
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