COLOMBO (News1st): The isolation in the Grandpass, Maligawatte, and Dematagoda police jurisdictions will be lifted at 5 am on Sunday, officials said.
This was confirmed by Army Commander Shavendra Silva who heads the National Operation Centre for the Prevention of OCVID-19 Outbreak.
Meanwhile, the isolation status in the Gothamipura Housing Scheme, 24-Watte and 78-Watte in Borella will also be lifted at 5 am on Monday.
The revised regulation will also apply to Duwawatta in the Welikadamulla Grama Niladhari Division, Wedikanda in the Hunupitiya North Grama Niladhari Division, and the MC Housing Complex in the Talduwa GS division.
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