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The 22-year-old Covid--19 positive man from Sapugaskanda, who had gone missing since last evening, has been traced by the police at a place in Makola North in Sapugaskanda this morning, Police said.

Police Spokesman DIG Ajith Rohana said he was traced following a special operation conducted by the police along with MOH officers and PHIs.

He said the man had been staying with a girl at a residence where her parents had also been staying.

He said investigations are being conducted to ascertain whether they had intentionally accommodated the infected man.

The infected man was sent to a treatment centre and legal action will be taken against him after the treatment, the DIG said.

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  • Neville Sunday, 27 December 2020 01:29 PM

    The boy could have gone in search of his love, but deserve punishment. Parents' action cannot be unintentional. They deserve severe punishment.

    BigEars Sunday, 27 December 2020 01:45 PM

    Why can't the Brandix patient No.0 be located?


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