Ochheu Teal Beach, long, sandy and narrow, is the nicest beach closest to the port city of Sihanoukville.
Words of appreciation and admiration have poured in for Cambodia on Saturday (Feb 15) after it allowed the Westerdam cruise ship, which had been stranded at sea for days over Covid-19 (coronavirus) fears, to dock at its sea port of Sihanoukville.
The cruise ship spent two weeks at sea after five nations turned it away over coronavirus fears. But the time stranded at sea was anything but uncomfortable, with passengers enjoying services such as free wine and three-course meals.
The cruise ship that was allowed to dock in Cambodia after being turned away at five other ports by authorities fearful of the spread of the deadly new virus from China disembarked passengers for a second day on Saturday so they can fly home.
The slender 15-year-old shifts restlessly from one knee to the other on the wooden floor of his family's houseboat. He has just finished a dinner of rice and fish, but he can't play with the other children: His ankle is shackled, and he can move only within a three-foot radius.
An 83-year-old American woman who was among 145 people to disembark the cruise ship MS Westerdam at Cambodia’s Sihanoukville port on Friday was today (Feb 15) confirmed as Malaysia’s 22nd COVID-19 case.
An American woman who entered Malaysia after disembarking from a cruise ship in Cambodia was the latest person to be diagnosed with COVID-19 in the country on Saturday (Feb 15).
An 83-year-old American woman who had been a passenger on a cruise ship that docked in Cambodia has tested positive for the new coronavirus on landing in Malaysia, health authorities said on Saturday.
More tests are needed to confirm that an American passenger from a cruise ship docked in Cambodia has the new coronavirus after she tested positive in Malaysia, the MS Westerdam’s operator said on Sunday.
The Ministry of Interior has rejected a request by some 100 civil society organisations to repeal the Law on Associations and NGOs (Lango).
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday linked his decision to let a luxury cruise ship dock in Cambodia, after it had been turned away by other nations due to coronavirus fears, with the nation’s commitment to human rights, just days after the E.U. withdrew trade benefits over rights violations.
Some 70 to 80 people have been tested for the novel coronavirus in Cambodia since January 10, including 20 people aboard a luxury cruise ship who were tested on Thursday, Health Ministry spokeswoman Or Vandine said.
Hundreds of children work in Cambodian brick factories, according to a survey by labor groups. A government spokesman denied the report's findings.
Stranded passengers disembarked and were welcomed to Cambodia by the nation’s authoritarian leader who handed them flowers.
Passengers on a cruise ship that was turned away from ports around Asia over fears they could be carrying the new coronavirus finally began disembarking in Cambodia on Friday (14 February).
Blood tests taken from some passengers, who were unwell when ship arrived in Cambodian waters on Thursday, tested negative.
Passengers aboard the MS Westerdam cruise ship, which was turned away by five countries over coronavirus fears, were allowed to disembark in Cambodia on Friday.
More than 400 passengers have disembarked the cruise ship Westerdam, which docked in Cambodia on Thursday after five other countries refused its entry amid fears of a potential COVID-19 outbreak.
Thai health authorities step up vigilance after Phnom Penh allows cruise ship to dock.
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