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SL welcomes first batch of students stranded in London

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  • The students along with their luggage were disinfected at the airport and taken to quarantine centres

By T.K.G. Kapila 

SriLankan flight UL-504, carrying 207 students stranded in London, arrived at 03:30 a.m. yesterday at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA).  

The students along with their luggage were disinfected at the airport and taken to quarantine centres by the army. 
Meanwhile, SriLankan flight UL-503 left for London  Heathrow Airport last morning to repatriate the second batch of Sri Lankan students stranded in the UK.   

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