Shops in Cambodia allowed to reopen after community infection

Cambodia’s Ministry of Health has lifted its restrictions on restaurants and shops which were ordered to close due to the “November 28 community incident”, Minister of Health Mam Bunheng has said.

All restaurants and shops can now operate as normal but must strictly adhere to the guidelines given by the ministry so as to protect their patrons from COVID-19, he added.

There were 41 cases related to the incident among the total number of 364 COVID-19 cases in Cambodia to date.

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