Coronavirus: hundreds of Aussies stranded as borders shut

Dads on rescue missions, retirees, teachers, families with medical issues; of the more than 300 Australians stranded in Cambodia ahead of an expected crackdown there by the Hun Sen regime each faces their own unique predicament.

What many do have in common are days and weeks of fruitless efforts to get out of the country as commercial flights have dried up and transit routes have closed.

“It’s been like watching dominoes fall over,” says Marcus Bayly of his frustrated efforts over the past fortnight to get himself and his 18-year-old daughter, Sarah, home.

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