Rumour-mongers to be penalised

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  • Police ask people not to be misled by fake news


By Sheain Fernandopulle  

Legal action will be taken against those who spread false information on social media with regard to the coronavirus, Police said.   

They requested the people not to be misled by fake news circulating on social media.   

The Police said there were only two people who had tested positive to the coronavirus infection and that the family members of the person first found infected with coronavirus are currently undergoing the mandatory period of quarantine.   



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