Since December 7, Sri Lanka has lifted all COVID restrictions on entry for foreign tourists. The order of the Ministry of Health of the country was published on Srilankamirror.com.
The statement is signed by the director general of the health service. According to the text of the document, arriving in the resort country should no longer present a certificate of vaccination when crossing the border.
In addition, the obligation to provide a PCR test or an antigen test for coronavirus was removed from tourists. However, if after entering the republic a foreigner receives a positive test result for COVID-19, he must undergo a seven-day quarantine at his own expense.