Army Commander Says 931 People Arriving In Sri Lanka Sent To Quarantine Centres Last Two Days: Over 250 Passengers Expected Today

Army Commander Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva says 931 persons arriving in the country in the last two days have been sent to quarantine centres in Punani, Kandakadu and Diyatalawa.

The Army Commander said over 250 passengers are expected today and they will also be quarantined at the same facilities.

Silva also warned the public not to fall prey to rumours and falsity.

He assured that state, defence and health authorities will not lie and will keep public apprised of the situation as it unfolds. He requested the public to call 011090502 for more information.

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