Batch of 132 sent home after quarantine

Batch of 132 sent home after quarantine

March 30, 2020   10:52 am


Another group, quarantined under the supervision of military officers from overseas, is due to return home today (30).

Accordingly, a batch 132 quarantined persons will leave quarantine centers today, said Army Commander Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva.

Of them, 76 were staying at the Diyatalawa Quarantine Center while the other 56 were in the Poonani Quarantine Center.

Among the individuals leaving the centers, 76 had undergone the quarantine process at the Diyatalawa quarantine center while the other 56 had been at the Punani quarantine center.

The number of civilians who were sent home after undergoing the quarantine process 1565, stated Sri Lanka Army.

However, currently, there are 2,096 people in 41 quarantine centers across the country and 20 of them are foreign nationals, said the Army.

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