(by New Indian Express) – Sri Lanka has made COVID-19 vaccination mandatory to enter public places and use public transport, according to a gazette notification which is aimed at encouraging people to get the booster dose. The notification dated January 25 under the Quarantine and Prevention of Diseases Ordinance says “a person shall not enter any public place without having proof of being fully vaccinated… unless exempted by the proper authority in respect of the whole of Sri Lanka”. The new rule, to be effective from April 30, would allow the correction of current vaccination lapses as people are reluctant to […]

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