Public told to self-isolate after PCR test
Daily Mirror - Sri Lanka|May 07, 2021
Should wear face mask when self-isolating if there are others at home. Urged to take rest, drink a lot of water and act with responsibility. Public Health Inspectors had earlier pointed out that there were issues when obtaining PCR test results in a number of areas. The gap between testing and releasing the results could pave the way for the virus to be transmitted to more people
EASWARAN RUTNAM

The public have been told to self-isolate after undergoing a PCR test until they receive the test results.

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