Government declares public holiday on June 4

Government declares public holiday on June 4

Government declares public holiday on June 4

Written by Staff Writer

02 Jun, 2020 | 9:40 pm

COLOMBO (News 1st): The public administration ministry has declared a public holiday on June 4, due to the islandwide curfew which will be in effect on that day.

Sri Lanka will observe a nationwide curfew on June 4 and 5, as the country will commemorate the Poson Full Moon Poya day – an important holiday in the Buddhist calendar – on June 5.

From June 6 onwards, the curfew will be in effect only from 10 pm to 4 am across all districts, the President’s Office said.

Travelling between districts except for Colombo and Gampaha – which have been identified as high-risk zones for the coronavirus, will be allowed when the curfew is lifted.

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