Several Covid-19 related laws relaxed for arrivals



Several Covid-19 laws imposed on passengers arriving in Sri Lanka have been relaxed.

As the Health Ministry has announced, several laws imposed in April 2022 to prevent the spread of Covid-19 pandemic will be repealed accordingly.

The latest announcement signed by the Director General of Health Services said that it is no longer mandatory for people coming to Sri Lanka by air or through a port to present a vaccination card.

In addition to this, it is also not necessary to submit a test report to prove that the passenger has not contracted the virus before entering the country.

However, if a person who arrives in Sri Lanka was tested positive for Covid-19, they should undergo quarantine for seven days at their own expense.


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