Sri Lankan president makes decisions to curb COVID-19 spread without disrupting public life and economy

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has made several concrete decisions to curb COVID spread without disrupting public life and the economy

Nov 02, 2020
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Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has made several concrete decisions to curb COVID spread without disrupting public life and the economy.

The measures taken by the Government to self-quarantine the infected at their homes instead of taking them to quarantine centers have produced results as expected. In order to make it more effective the process should be continuously monitored by the Medical Officer of Health, the Public Health Inspector, the Police and the Army, President pointed out.

PCR tests on people under home quarantine should be conducted on the 10th day. President instructed to bring back those non-infected to normal life after 14 days.

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