Colombo, April 24 (Daily Mirror) – The guidelines for tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka is expected to be updated owing to the present COVID19 situation, Tourism Ministry sources told the Daily Mirror yesterday.
The move comes after the health authorities issued new health guidelines for the country effective till May 31.
Tourism Ministry sources said that they anticipate a change in the number of days tourists need to be quarantined when visiting Sri Lanka.
Tourists visiting the country are currently restricted to a bio bubble.
Meanwhile Army Commander
General Shavendra Silva said yesterday Sri Lankan citizens returning back to the country will have to undergo the 14 day quarantine once again due to the present virus situation.
For those who are fully vaccinated, discussions will be held by the Health Ministry and a new set of guidelines will be issued soon, the Daily Mirror learns. (Jamila Husain)
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