Casinos among venues ordered to close in Cambodian border town of Bavet

Multiple venues in the Cambodia border town of Bavet, including a number of casinos, have been ordered closed by Svay Rieng provincial governor Men Vibol as the region looks to contain an outbreak of COVID-19.

According to The Phnom Penh Post, the locations include Bavet-Mok Bay International Entertainment, New World Casino and Good Luck Casino, and have been ordered closed as part of broader restrictions that limit travel throughout the province to cases of emergency.

According to the Ministry of Health, Svay Rieng has recorded a total of 304 cases of COVID-19 of which 230 were active as of 19 April.

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