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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 72

All island curfew only from 10.pm to 4 am from 26 May

By Manjari Peiris
Colombo, 25 May, (Asiantribune.com):

Strict health restrictions will continue in all districts including Colombo and Gampaha when curfew is relaxed from Tuesday, President's Media Division said. Using facemasks, washing hands and maintaining social distancing are essential as before.

Strict health restrictions will continue in all districts including Colombo and Gampaha when curfew is relaxed from Tuesday while restaurants, cinemas and all other places where people gather will remain closed until further notice in order to prevent a possible re-surface of the COVID-19.

Public transportation will continue to carry only a limited number of people in order to maintain social distancing while cabs and three wheelers will continue to transport two passengers per hire. Further, all supermarkets and grocery stores will continue to take in a limited number of shoppers while queues formed outside will have to maintain a one meter distance.

Salons will also operate only under the guidelines issued by the Health Ministry. Public and private sector employees will also be encouraged to continue operating on a limited staff, while others will be encouraged to continue the 'work from home policy'. People may go out any day of the week to attend to their work or buy essentials, and the government requests people to step out only if necessary. These restrictions will continue prevent a resurface of this virus. Still one more cluster remains active.

People's movements between districts, except Colombo and Gampaha will be permitted from Tuesday and in all districts of the country, curfew will be in place only from 10 pm till 4 am.

Stay Safe, Stay at Home, Stay Informed, But Don't Forget to Wash Your Hands.

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All island curfew only from 10.pm to 4 am from 26 May
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