Two more Indian players have contracted coronavirus, with the three infected players remaining in Sri Lanka as the rest of the squad started leaving, officials said Friday.
All-rounder Krishnappa Gowtham and bowler Yuzvendra Chahal joined Krunal Pandya in isolation after all three were found to have Covid-19, a Sri Lanka Cricket official said.
Other members of the Indian team started leaving Thursday.
The pandemic has cast a dark shadow over the whole series of three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 games which ended Thursday.
The games were delayed for five days after Sri Lanka batting coach Grant Flower and a backup staff member tested positive, forcing the Sri Lankan players to extend their quarantine.
The second T20 international on Tuesday was postponed for a day after Pandya tested positive.
Eight immediate contacts were isolated, with Gowtham and Chahal later confirmed as having contracted the virus.
The island nation won the three-match T20 series 2-1 against a depleted Indian side.
India arrived in Sri Lanka on June 28 and have been in a strict bio-bubble in a luxury Colombo hotel since then.
All the matches were held in Colombo's Premadasa stadium without spectators as the country battles a surge in pandemic cases.
More than 4,323 Sri Lankans have died from coronavirus according to official figures, but doctors say the true number is higher.