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* State Intelligence unit identifies all COVID-19 clusters
Sun, May 3, 2020, 12:13 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 02, Colombo: Assistant Director of State Intelligence Service (SIS) Parakrama De Silva said that all the clusters which spread COVID-19 have been identified.

A program to explain the role of the State Intelligence Service in identifying and locating the COVID-19 infected to prevent the spread of Coronavirus in Sri Lanka was held today (02). The discussion was aired live by all state media outlets.

Assistant Director of State Intelligence Service Parakrama Silva said that the spread of coronavirus has been brought under control and all the clusters that spread the virus have been identified.

Cluster of the Tourist Guide on 11th March, Cluster of the Gem Merchant in Beruwala, Cluster of returnees from Italy, Dubai, Cluster of group of people returned from a religious event in Puttalam, Cluster of Suduwella drug addicts, Cluster in Bandaranayake Mawatha Colombo North and the Cluster of Navy have been identified as the major spreaders.


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