(MENAFN -Colombo Gazette)By Vyshnavy Velrajh

Travel restrictions have been imposed in the Gurunagar and Passaiyoor areas in Jaffna over coronavirus worries.

Secretary to the general public Health Inspectors Association M. Balasuriya told Colombo Gazette that travel limitations were enforced after 2 residents from the two adjacent areas had actually tested favorable for COVID-19.

The patients, who are a fish vendor and his assistant, are reported to have acquired materials from the Peliyagoda fish market, where a brand-new Covid cluster was detected just recently.

Balasuriya stated as the 2 men had offered fish to both Gurunagar and Passaiyoor, travel restrictions were enforced in the two areas as a precautionary procedure.

Health authorities have actually begun contact tracing to identify those who had entered into direct contact with the 2 clients, he included. (Colombo Gazette)


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