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New Health Guidelines Issued; Weddings could be held After 16 October

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The Health Ministry today (30) issued a new set of guidelines for October when the quarantine curfew is lifted tomorrow (1).

The guidelines has been issued as two phases. One set of guidelines was issued with effect from 1- 15 October while another set of guidelines will come into effect from 16 – 31 October.

According to the guidelines, weddings can be held from 16 October with a participation of 50 people maximum.

Interprovincial travel restrictions will not be eased except for essential services. Also, non-essential travel will not be permitted from 10.00 p.m. to 4.00 a.m. daily.

All the public gatherings are prohibited until further notice

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