Last update:Wed, 08 May 2024

Announcement by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka

CivilAviationAuthority1. Sri Lankan passport holders do not require the Covid-19 insurance coverage when travelling to Sri Lanka.

Important Notice - Procedure to follow when taking care of Covid-19 infected tourists

12Safe & Secure Certified accommodation providers are now allowed to reserve rooms to isolate Covid-19 positive guests unless they develop severe symptoms. All other accommodation providers to use Health Ministry approved Intermediate Care Centers (ICCs).

Updated Quarantine measures for travellers arriving from overseas during the COVID-19 pandemic

HealthMinistryDue to the current COVID-19 situation in Sri Lanka and globally, the following quarantine measures are imposed for travellers arriving in Sri Lanka. Please download the PDF for more information.

Media Release - Foreign Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris Briefs Diplomatic Corps on Current Initiatives

PeirisUNBriefingForeign Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris addressed the Diplomatic Corps at the Foreign Ministry Auditorium on 26 January, 2022 during the first diplomatic briefing for the New Year.

Media Release - Response to the Human Rights Watch “World Report 2022”: Sri Lanka Section

ForminSealThe Foreign Ministry has noted with regret that the Sri Lanka section of the HRW “World Report 2022” depicts an exaggerated and unduly negative picture of the current human rights situation in the country.