Guidelines as at 6 December 2022 for arriving in Sri Lanka from overseas

The preventive measures for persons arriving in Sri Lanka from overseas during the COVID-19 pandemic, which were last put in place by the Health Authorities of Sri Lanka on 18 April 2022 have been revised with effect from 7 December 2022.


  • The requirement to produce COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate by any person arriving in Sri Lanka from overseas has been removed.
  •  The requirement to produce a pre-boarding on on arrival negative COVID-19 test (PCR/RAT)  by any person arriving in Sri Lanka from overseas has been removed.
  • If any foreign national tests positive for COVID-19 after arrival in Sri Lanka, they should isolate for 7 days in a private hospital, hotel or place of residence. The cost of treatment or self-isolation should be borne by them.
  • The above measures will supersede all other directives previously issued by the Health Authorities of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka’s vibrant and innovative IT sector promoted in the United Kingdom

High Commission of Sri Lanka in London in collaboration with the Sri Lanka – United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce and Information Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) in Sri Lanka organised ‘Sri Lanka Technology Forum 2022’ on 04 November 2022 with the objective of promoting Sri Lanka as one of world’s leading destination for building digital products and showcaing the potential of Sri Lankan IT/BPO/Fintech sectors especially to leading UK tech firms. » Read more

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