New health guidelines issued relaxed restrictions on several other activities; Religious institutions and religious holidays authorized

Colombo, July 16 (NewsWire) – New health guidelines have been released to ease restrictions on several activities in Sri Lanka due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The director-general of health services, Dr Asela Gunawardena, said activities allowed to reopen from today must strictly adhere to health guidelines.

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The activities authorized to operate as of today are as follows:

  • Children’s parks
  • Religious institutions and religious festivals
  • Wildlife reserves / Zoo
  • Adventure / Campsites
  • Indoor musical performances permitted at less than 50% capacity
  • Authorized sports (sports with physical contact not authorized)
  • Open betting centers
  • Hostels and pensions

However, outdoor musical performances and carnivals are prohibited until further notice.

Dr Asela Gunawardena said restrictions were relaxed after reviewing the current coronavirus situation in the country.

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