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* CNN features Sri Lanka Tourism’s ‘bio-bubble’ welcoming visitors
Fri, Feb 26, 2021, 12:29 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Feb 25, Colombo: Sri Lanka Tourism Chairperson Kirmali Fernando was interviewed by Julia Chatterley on First Move for CNN where she detailed the safety protocols for tourism which was successfully resumed in the country since 21st January 2021.

“It has been a month since the launch of a “bio-bubble” system for tourists who arrive in Sri Lanka,” Chairperson Kimarli Fernando joining the interview live from Colombo on Monday described the reopening strategy of Sri Lanka.

Fernando highlighted the salient features of the bio-bubble for tourists, as well as their stays in over 200 KPMG and Ernst and Young-certified ‘Safe and Secure’ hotels, and how tourists could safely visit 20 popular scenic sites in the country. The benefits of the mandatory $ 12 health insurance, which offers $ 50,000 cover for a month, was also highlighted during the CNN interview.

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