Two villages in Beruwala isolated due to Covid-19 threat

14 April 2020 09:17 am - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Panvila and Cheena Koratuwa villages in Beruwala have been sealed off and place under isolation due to COVID-19 outbreak, Army Commander Shavendra Silva said.

Meanwhile, Atulugama area in Bandaragama, has been reopened after ending the isolation period, that was imposed due to COVID-19 outbreak, the Commander said.


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  • Affan Yusuf Tuesday, 14 April 2020 12:32 PM

    Something seems to be really wrong. These two areas have been under lock down since the 1st COVID-19 person was identified from this are more than 10 days ago. The recent identification of patients from the same area are from the quarantine center in Punani. They were sent to the Quarantine center no sooner the first few infected cases were identified. If not, this area will be locked down twice as many times for no reasons.

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