The prevalence of corona delta fever in Sri Lanka has increased by about 70%, Dr Susie Perera said.
Therefore, although the travel restrictions have been relaxed, the people should act responsibly, and if the people do not act responsibly, a dangerous situation will arise
Also, she noted that this will lead to imposing travel on the island again.
Meanwhile, Minister of State Sudarshani Fernandopulle said that the doctors have informed that the Delta strain could be the main strain of the virus in the country within the next 8 weeks.
Therefore, if the people do not follow the health guidelines properly, this will be a very serious situation, she added.