Cambodian Businesses Embrace Protective Measures Against Coronavirus

While dozens of business owners have closed their shops in Phnom Penh as a way to limit the chances of infection, others cannot afford to do so.

When Dorn Dy moved to Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh about ten years ago to work as a tuk tuk driver, he knew that every day he didn’t go out onto the streets would mean no income.

Now, the novel coronavirus pandemic makes this existence more precarious.

As a father of a 10-year-old son and a 2-year-old daughter, Dy said he uses masks and hand sanitizers to protect himself and his family from the virus.

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