Clubs, Massage parlours, cinemas, gyms not allowed to open

All salons could operate based on the approval given by the Public Health Officer after inspecting if they are operating in accordance with the health guidelines. All hotels and tea shops serving cooked meals have not been permitted to open, but they could deliver on online orders. All hotels providing accommodation could do so in accordance with quarantine guidelines, but restaurants have not been permitted to open, said DIG Ajith Rohana addressing the media briefing of the National Operation Centre for the Prevention of Covid-19 today.

Production centres, general shops and other essential service centres could open maintaining social distancing regulations, but massage parlours, cinemas, gyms and clubs have not been permitted to open.

The DIG stated that the public will be allowed to obtain essential commodities and medicines on the allocated dates based on their ID card last digit, but those who do not adhere to these guidelines would be charged under the quarantine laws.

He also advised the relevant authorities to maintain social distance during paying of bills etc where queues are formed, adding that these institutions should cooperate with the health officers and security forces personnel who come for regular checks.

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