Rapid antigen tests conducted at fish stalls in Western Province

Rapid antigen tests are being conducted at fish stalls in the Western Province, the Police said today.

Police Spokesman, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Ajith Rohana said that three people have been found to be infected following rapid antigen tests conducted so far at fish stalls in the Western Province.

The Police Spokesman said that 23 rapid antigen tests were conducted in the Western Province yesterday (Saturday).

He said that 180 rapid antigen tests have been conducted so far in the Western Province.

DIG Ajith Rohana said that rapid antigen tests will continue to be conducted in the Western Province to detect coronavirus infected persons.

He also said that rapid antigen tests were conducted at exit points in the Western Province.

The Police Spokesman said that over 13,000 rapid antigen tests have been conducted so far at exit points in the Western Province.

He said that 103 infected persons have been detected so far from rapid antigen tests conducted at exit points in the Western Province. (Colombo Gazette)

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