COVID-19 woman who fled IDH found from Eheliyagoda jungle

Sri Lanka police found a COVID-19 infected woman who had escaped the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (IDH). Police are investigating the woman's associations.  

The woman was hiding in a thicket in Eheliyagoda and police found her with the help of the villagers. She is suspected of being a drug addict and a peddler. She was identified as 26-year-old Ruwani Nisansala who had been transferred to the IDH from the Kuruwita prison.

The woman fled the hospital on November 19 breaking a window. She escaped with her two-year-old baby. The baby was found on November 20th from Eheliyagoda, the woman's home town, and admitted to hospital. 

The baby and the caretakers have been subjected to quarantine. 


Popular posts from this blog

COVID-19 and heart patient Shani Abesekara transported 500 miles within 48 hours

Sri Lankan public official brutally assaults a female subordinate officer (video)