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Cambodia launched its coronavirus inoculation drive on Wednesday, using 600,000 vaccine doses donated by China.
The first 600,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines donated by China to Cambodia arrived in Phnom Penh on Sunday by special plane, with the doses earmarked to vaccinate health workers and the military.
Cambodia on Sunday received its first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine, a donation of 600,000 doses from China, the country’s biggest ally.
China delivered 600,000 doses of its Sinopharm coronavirus vaccine to ally Cambodia on Sunday (Feb 7), making the kingdom the latest country to use Chinese jabs despite concerns about their efficacy compared to Western alternatives.
Cambodia on Sunday received its first batch of 600,000 doses of novel coronavirus vaccine donated by China.
Cambodian citizens will start receiving jabs from Wednesday with a goal of inoculating 500,000 people by April.
Cambodia has officially approved the emergency use of China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine in the Southeast Asian country, according to a Ministry of Health statement on Thursday.
The Chinese government has told its citizens not to gamble in Cambodia after multiple cases of violence were reported, with some resulting in death.
China’s embassy in Cambodia issued on Tuesday a warning to mainland-China passport holders not to take part in gambling activities in the Southeast Asia nation, after “multiple” cases recently there, of “violence” directed against Chinese; including some instances that had “resulted in deaths”.
Cambodia is gearing up for mass inoculations against the Covid-19 virus, with China providing the first million doses while India has been...
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said he has accepted a donation of one million Sinopharm vaccine doses from China.
China will donate one million doses of its Sinovac coronavirus vaccine to Cambodia, the kingdom's strongman premier Hun Sen has said, thanking "friend" Beijing for its generosity.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Friday that China will provide a million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be used for inoculating 500,000 people.
Pen Sokunthea escaped the bustle of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, for the sleepy riverside town of Kampot two years ago, drawn by its tranquil charm and laid-back pace of life.
Phnom Penh is likely to accept reliable, proven vaccines from whoever is offering them, including Beijing.
With some 362 infections and low community transmission, the country is in no urgency to accept vaccines as compared with other nations.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen hit out at China saying the country is not a dumping ground for Beijing in terms of vaccine trial" adding that the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines will come from the UN-backed COVAX.
PM Hun Sen says Cambodia not a Chinese 'dustbin' for vaccine trials as calls rise for a more neutral foreign policy.