Mobility improves as virus fears ease with vaccination and reduction in numbers

Wednesday, 07 April 2021 - 10:29

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Mobility, which took an immense and a prolonged toll from the pandemic, appears to be re-emerging as people are seen venturing out for shopping and other recreational activities after more than a year of shelter-in-place.

However, GMOA requested people to reduce movement in order to avoid another wave. 

DIG Ajith Rohana insisted that the quarantine laws will be strictly be enforced during the season. 

https://www.hirunews.lk/english/266759/restrict-travel-during-festive-season-gmoa 



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