The temporary travel restriction introduced by the Government on travels originating from the United Kingdom to Sri Lanka due to the new Covid -19 Variant in the UK has been lifted with immediate effect.
“At a meeting presided by the President, it was decided to relax the restrictions on travels from UK subject to 14 days of quarantine and PCR tests determined by the Health Authorities,” the Foreign Ministry announced.
The tourist arrivals from the UK too will resume under the guidelines introduced by the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau.
Joshua Wednesday, 17 February 2021 09:25 PM
what the heck? Are we so desperate to get covid?
YaminiSiva Wednesday, 17 February 2021 09:50 PM
What about India srilanka air bubble agreement
German Wednesday, 17 February 2021 09:50 PM
Just can not believe this. Why does the government in Sri Lanka not protect its citizens?
Nomercy Wednesday, 17 February 2021 10:23 PM
We are now prepared to meet any consequences. Even the GOD is very silent.
Shehan Andrew Thursday, 18 February 2021 08:37 AM
Good decision cos more than 20 million of UK population have already got vaccinated. But UK has a travel ban and very soon travel abroad would only be permitted to people with a vaccine certificate or called Vaccine passport.
Sokrates Thursday, 18 February 2021 09:17 AM
Why are not only vaccinated people allowed to enter Sri Lanka after a waiting period of 4 weeks, regardless of which country they come from? After another test at the airport, these people should be allowed to move freely around the country. All other regulations like bubble and so on are dilettantish and pointless. Even SriLankan should only let vaccinated people on board their aircrafts.
Add commentComments will be edited (grammar, spelling and slang) and authorized at the discretion of Daily Mirror online. The website also has the right not to publish selected comments.
The death of the 16-year-old girl in Kalutara has been mired in controversy.
Sri Lanka boasts of a 2500 year old Buddhist culture. This culture also inclu
Abortion is illegal in Sri Lanka unless the life of the mother is at risk. Re
07 Jun 2023
5 hours ago - 0 - 25
07 Jun 2023 - 0 - 209
07 Jun 2023 - 0 - 62
07 Jun 2023 - 0 - 594
5 hours ago
07 Jun 2023
Name - Reply Comment