Written by Azra Assan
31 Mar, 2020 | 10:36 am
COLOMBO (News1st): Another group of passengers who underwent the 14-day quarantine process were discharged on Tuesday (March 31) from a quarantine center operated by Sri Lanka Air Force.
The group included 206 passengers who had returned to Sri Lanka on March 17. A Sri Lankan male who was a British Passport Holder and a Philippine female were also part of this group which underwent the quarantine procedures at the Air Force base in Vanni.
The passengers will now return to their homes where they will have to undergo another two weeks of self-quarantine.
This center which is the first quarantine centre operated by the Sri Lanka Air Force was established in Vanni on the instructions of the Commander of the Air Force, Air Marshal Sumangala Dias.
The entire operation of this Quarantine Centre was managed by the Regiment Training School, Vanni under the supervision of the Commanding Officer, Air Commodore DCI Weerasooriya.
The passengers were monitored on a 24-hour basis by SLAF Medical personnel in order to maintain and make sure to be free from infection of COVID-19.
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