Welisara Economic Centre closed after COVID exposure
COVID-19 positive cases have been discovered at the Dedicated Economic Centre in Welisara, according to an Ada Derana correspondent.
As a result, the facility has been closed until further notice by the authorities.
WP inspected street stalls, tuition courses, and restaurants.
In the Western Province, a special quarantine operation was carried out to inspect street vendors and various institutions.
During the special operation carried out yesterday, 187 street vendors were examined, according to the police.
During this time, nearly 152 establishments were inspected, including gyms, theaters, daycare centers, tuition courses, restaurants, and eateries.
The special quarantine operation was carried out to see if the management and the general public were following the COVID-19 health guidelines.
During the procedure, ten people were detained for violating quarantine laws, and health officials placed 14 people in quarantine. The police issued another 1987 warnings.
The quarantine operations will continue, according to the police, to prevent the coronavirus from spreading throughout the world.
669 persons gets the Sputnik-V vaccine doses
Yesterday, 669 people received doses of the Russian-made Sputnik-V vaccine.
The inoculation of residents of Gothatuwa with the Sputnik-V vaccine started yesterday, with State Minister of Production, Supply and Regulation of Pharmaceuticals Channa Jayasumana stating that doses would be provided to residents aged 30 to 60..
On Tuesday, a shipment of 15,000 doses of the Russian-made Sputnik-V vaccine arrived on the island.
Meanwhile, 17,249 people in the country received the second dose of the Astra-Zeneca COVIShield vaccine yesterday.
As a result, 174,800 people in Sri Lanka have been completely vaccinated so far.