Cambodian Health Minister Reiterates No New Coronavirus Cases, Public Apprehension Grows

Cambodian Health Minister Mam Bunheng said Monday that there were no new cases of COVID-19 in light of increasing public concern and apprehension over the Cambodian government’s response to the viral outbreak.

At a press conference on Monday, representatives from the Health Ministry, World Health Organization in Cambodia and Pasteur Institute in Cambodia restated that Cambodia had “one single confirmed case” of COVID-19. These representatives added that the laboratory tests were based on internationally used procedures.

“There shouldn’t be any suspicion over the transparency of this institution [Pasteur Institute], and on our healthcare system as well.” said Mam Bunheng.

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