Covid-19 Testing Drops by Half as No New Cases Reported for 22 Days

About 800 samples were tested for Covid-19 in Cambodia last week — less than half of the number tested the week before — while Health Ministry and WHO representatives on Monday said that the country remains at risk for outbreaks and needs to adjust to a “new normal.”

No new cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported in Cambodia for more than three weeks, and testing last week dropped to about 115 samples per day on average, according to the latest test figures from the Health Ministry.

Some 12,378 samples were tested for the virus from January up until Sunday, Health Minister Mam Bunheng told reporters during a press conference on Monday.

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