Several attendees of Royal-Thomian big match go into self-quarantine

17 March 2020 07:50 am - 5     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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Several attendees of the big match held between S. Thomas' College and Royal College last weekend have gone into self- quarantine after a SriLankan Airlines First Officer who attended the matches tested positive for the COVID-19, the Daily Mirror learns.

Several companies, last night also informed its employees who attended the matches to self- quarantine for 14 days and not to report to work.

SriLankan Airlines, in a statement said that upon learning of the First Officer's medical condition last evening, all crew members who had come in contact with him during the last 14 days have been put under self-quarantine with immediate effect. (JAMILA HUSAIN)

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  • mohandev Tuesday, 17 March 2020 08:28 AM

    Independent inquiry should be held as to who insisted on continuing with this Big match as this was totaly uncalled for.

    Be Fair Tuesday, 17 March 2020 12:04 PM

    Whats the point now

    Karu Tuesday, 17 March 2020 08:55 AM

    All the political leaders from these two schools should quarantine for good.

    Mm Tuesday, 17 March 2020 09:33 AM

    And they thought they were supreme! But they were a selfish bunch!

    Debbie Silva Tuesday, 17 March 2020 12:02 PM

    Exactly


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