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Legal action to be taken against administration officers or the persons- in- charge of 1,223 private and state institutions in the Western Province for not maintaining their premises in accordance with health guidelines and bio-security protocols issued to prevent the COVID-19 spread.   

Police Spokesman DIG Ajith Rohana said Police and health authorities had inspected a total number of 9,495 private and state institutions or factories in the Western Province as of yesterday  since January 12, to monitor whether those premises were being maintained as per the health guidelines.   

He said the authorities had inspected more than 837 premises on Friday alone.   

The DIG said following the inspection of those places since January12, a total of 8,272 state or private premises were observed operating adhering to the health guidelines issued in the Gazette notification.   

  Comments - 5

  • ANTON Saturday, 30 January 2021 01:03 PM

    IN MY POINT OF VIEW , HOLY PARLIAMENT MUST BE GIVEN NO. 01 POSITION. ..... NADDA MAN AHANNE ?

    kudson Saturday, 30 January 2021 01:35 PM

    balooney come inspect the Elie House Park and the sathutu uyana at the same premises look at the state put those in charge in jail garbage and construction debris piling up about 15 stray dogs running around and barking all night and the workers sitting around cosuming alcohol and talking in the foulest of languages

    Sir Saturday, 30 January 2021 01:36 PM

    WE ARE NEVER HAD POLITICIANS ARRESTED. TALKING WITH MEDIA NIGHT CLUB ENJOYING NIGHT TIME DRUNK AND DRIVE POLITICIANS PARTY WHY THIS NOT HAPPENED IN OUR COUNTRY SIR SIR SIR SIR

    Buddhist Saturday, 30 January 2021 08:48 PM

    How come the Parliament is not under this? Most MPs have refused Covid test?

    Joshua Saturday, 30 January 2021 08:49 PM

    Include the mad house at diyawanna


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