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Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Sri Lanka. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.
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  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction is needed to verify payment. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. Only one image is needed per order. (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Sri Lanka must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

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There are sterner guidelines for entering countries today and that includes requiring entrants to present a health declaration, what with having a lethal virus on a rampage around the world and people fearful of another wave of outbreaks appearing. There is no understating the necessity for this particular brand of safety measure since the COVID-19 virus can only be described as easily transmissible. This makes gathering at an enclosed space an especially risky proposition, since you can be in contact with someone who is infected with the virus. Anyone can be a victim or a carrier. Workers, students, immigrants and visitors to Sri Lanka can help spread the virus if they are not careful. The risk factor elevates when there is a large number of people assembling at a particular place. How the Pandemic Started. The pathogen for coronavirus disease 19, also known as COVID-19, appeared and was first identified in December of 2019. It is the second of SARS-causing coronaviruses, hence the official name SARS-CoV-2 or severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. It is the latest in a long line of viruses that caused respiratory illnesses in infected humans in modern times, many of which attained epidemic and pandemic status. Among the symptoms found in victims is difficulty of breathing, which also causes the most deaths. The virus causes mucus in the moist membranes of the lungs, causing a significant loss in the amount of oxygen that can be dissolved in the air sacs. This can cause asphyxiation and, eventually, death. Most experts pinpoint Wuhan, a Chinese province, as the place where the virus first emerged. The area is known as a market for exotic food, including bats, which is the sole known host of the virus before it infects humans. The native Chinese in the area were apparently not aware of the virus and how it transmits itself, and in a matter of a few months, the virus spread globally. It infected a host of people because of the ease by which it is transmitted from person to person, and in a few short weeks, it reached the status of a global pandemic. Several countries in Europe were hit hard by the virus. One of the most critically hit by the pandemic is Italy, with an average death toll of more than two thousand in a day for a long stretch of time. The sheer number of dead and dying pandemic victims is overwhelming, and it got to the point where even health workers tasked with caring for the sick were falling victims themselves. Others have not fared too well themselves, with those who regularly have a large number of tourists visiting each year succumbing to the disease as well. Healthcare professionals who are in constant contact with infected people manifest onset of the disease and, in some cases, their symptoms progress into the disease and many die from it. How the Disease is Stopped. With elderly people, children and healthy adults all at risk of being infected with SARS-CoV-2, there is no doubt that nobody underestimates the threat the disease has become to humans. Respiratory diseases in the past, which were also caused by viruses, may have much higher mortality rates than COVID-19. However, they also don’t have the same mode of transmission, something that makes COVID-19 way worse. The ease with which it could infect people other than its host made it a more effective killer than these other diseases and causing more deaths than its predecessors. There is a general consensus that we are taking COVID-19 more seriously than any of the other viral epidemics in the recent past. This is also due in part to us not having a vaccine that is effective against SARS-CoV-2. Because of that, we have developed more stringent precaution plans to combat the spread of the disease. The most common way is to wear masks. This is designed to prevent a person’s mouth and nose from getting in contact with airborne viruses. It can also help avoid contact between the person’s unwashed hand, which may contain the virus, and the mouth, thereby minimizing the possibility of contamination and infection. Implementing quarantine can be a very effective precautionary measure. Whether voluntary or not, quarantining oneself should reduce the possibility of incidental contact with other people to almost zero, thereby making sure that one does not come into contact with an infected person. If the infected is living in the same house, the contact can be traced easily and the spread of the virus can be minimized or stopped altogether. Traveling in planes or on ships requires people to be in contact with a lot of their fellow passengers inside a sealed and pressurized tube or enclosed space. This means that there is an elevated risk of being around someone who has the virus and spreading it all around. Public safety is of prime importance and there are a lot of measures that airports and seaports employ to make sure that their passengers are all COVID-19-free. In order to do this, a health declaration or a medical declaration form is a necessary document for the entrant to be able to enter the host country. A medical or health declaration is documentation stating that the bearer is not showing any indication of having a COVID-19 infection. It contains stipulations that may require the bearer to prove that he is not a carrier of the virus in any way, including being subjected to tests to determine the presence or absence of the disease in a person. The Necessity of Having Health Declaration Forms, even if the mortality rate of COVID-19 is below 10%, way lower when compared to other, more virulent viral diseases, the fact that it is transferred from one person to another very easily makes it one of the most dangerous diseases in human history. Being legally binding documents, health declaration forms can force the bearer to face litigation if there is any misinformation in the forms. The possibility of facing legal action can make travelers more forthcoming in the information that they provide in international travel forms. It also makes sure that nobody who is infected comes in through an avenue where the possibility of spreading the virus to different parts of Sri Lanka is very high, thus protecting both the entrant and the citizens of the country from the disease. Getting that health declaration is easy. Visit www.ivisa.com for more information.
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