COVID-19: Sri Lanka embassy in Kuwait shut over new virus infections

Cairo: The Sri Lankan embassy has said it will remain closed until October 11 due to confirmed infections of the coronavirus.

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Three embassy staff members and 44 migrant workers accommodated at the mission’s “Safe House” have been confirmed COVID-19 positive, the embassy said on its Twitter account.

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For emergency services, people are required to contact the embassy via email: slemb@fma.gov.lk

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The number of Sri Lankans in Kuwait is estimated at around 100,000.

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